Moses Kalanzi has on Monday undergone medical at KCCA FC ahead of his move to the Lugogo based side, Bigwhale sports has exclusively learnt.
Kalanzi who has been plying his trade at Danish division two side Jammerburt FC formerly Blokhus FC is set to directly replace departing Mustafa Kizza who has since completed his move to MLS side Montreal Impact.
The former Super Cubs and Kampala Kids League player flew in the country during the Covid19 period before he was quarantined for the mandatory two weeks as his representatives were in talks with KCCA FC.
Kalanzi on numerous occasions with this writer expressed desire to return and play in the Uganda Premier League so that many can have a glance at him at close range another big reason that catalysed his move to the Mike Mutebi coached side.
Earlier in this ongoing window, KCCA held talks with Yayo Lutimba whose contract at SC Villa expired but but both parties failed to agree on the transfer fees.
Kalanzi can play as a left back as well as a left full back with perfect ball control, dribbling as well as timely and powerful crosses.
At national level before departing for Denmark, he played for the Uganda U-17 team and the U-23 team.
KCCA FC have signed Juma Balinya who only awaits official unveiling.
He is therefore set to be KCCA’s tenth signing after Ashraf Mugume, Charles Lwanga, Stephen Mazengo Loro, Brian Aheebwa, Samson Andrew Kigozi, Bright Anukani, Denis Iguma and youngster Dominic Ayella.