After deals in Spain, Switzerland and North Africa stalled, Uganda's current finest left back Mustafa Kiiza has signed a deal at Thierry Henry's coached team Montreal Impact which plays in Major League Soccer in America.
Mustafa signed for the American side in a deal worth $500,000 (1.9b Ugx) and put pen to paper on a two year contract with a possible three contract Extension at the Canada based side.
At his new home, Mustafa Kiiza will work along with Kenya's National football team captain Victor Wanyama who was recently playing for Tottenham Hot Spurs in the English Premier League.
Mustafa was a crucial figure in KCCA's last campaign where they finished second, making 17 goal involvements with five goals and 12 assist.
He's the second Ugandan to work along with Thierry Henry. The French man was at work with former Uganda Cranes Captain Ssekajja Ibra at New York Red Bulls in 2014.
Mustafa has been at KCCA FC from 2017 when he joined the side from his school Kibuli. He's a deadball specialist, taking free kicks and penalties. He was among the final three man list to contest on the Airtel FUFA award for the best male footballer 2019 which was eventually won by Allan Okello in May this year.
Kiiza has won the counry's league title on two occasions, one Uganda Cup, One Uganda Super Cup and the CECAFA Kagame club championship.