KCCA FC exciting left back Mustafa Kiiza flew out of the country to Spain on Tuesday night to go and conduct a trial with La liga outfit Real Valladolid with a big possibility of sealing the deal incase he impresses, Bigwhale sports has learnt.
According to a source close to the player but preffered anonimity, he (Kiiza) has for a while been working on this deal and he departed in company of KCCA FC chairman Aggrey Ashaba.
“Mustafa Kiiza flew out to Spain with KCCA FC Chairman to conduct trials at Valladolid”.
A source told this website.
About Real Valladolid.
It is a football club based in Valladolid, Spain and was founded on 20th June 1928, 90 years ago. They are currently owned by Brazillian legend Luis Nazario Dalima Ronaldo who has the biggest shares worth 51%. In the current La Liga season, they sit in 18th place in the relegation zone on 35 points from 35 games with three games to go.
Kiiza who didnot make the trip to Mbarara district with KCCA FC for their league encounter against already relegated Nyambityobora FC a game they won 0-2 thanks to a Patrick Kaddu brace on wednesday evening last featured for KCCA FC in their 1-1 draw at Ndejje.
He becomes the second Ugandan international to conduct trials with a Spanish top tier side after Geofrey Baba Kizito who had unsuccessful trials with Malaga in January 2016.
As usual we shall keep you posted incase of any development about this story.