KCCA FC striker, Allan Kyambadde has become the fifth player to join the Egyptian Premier League after joining El Gouna Football Club.
On Sunday, the forward was officially unveiled at the club after signing a two- year deal.
“Uganda national team winger Allan “The Dictionary” Kyambadde joins El Gouna FC on a permanent basis from KCCA FC,” the Egyptian club tweeted.
In the same measures, KCCA FC confirmed the news by bid farewell to their prized asset.
“Thank you Allan Kyambadde for the memories at KCC FC. We are forever grateful for your service and time. We wish you all the best at your new club,” KCCA FC tweeted.
The 23-year-old player has played for Express, SC Villa, Vipers and KCCA.
Kyambadde now becomes the fifth player to join the Egyptian Premier League after an exciting African Nations Cup for the Ugandan national team.
The other players are Emma Okwi, Abdu Lumala, Khalid Aucho, and Taddeo Lwanga who followed former Cranes coach Sebastien Aucho.
Former KCCA FC striker Derrick Nsibambi is the other Ugandan playing in Egypt for Smouha.
KCCA FC partners with El Gouna
Kyambadde’s transfer to Egypt came on the backdrop of the partnership between El Gouna FC and KCCA FC that will see both teams work together for the development of the game.
“KCCA FC and El Gouna FC (Egypt) has finalized a partnership agreement that will see both clubs tap into each other in various areas,” the Kasasiro boys tweeted.
The two teams will tap into each other in various areas including technical and knowledge transfer across both clubs, youth development program and player transfers.