Uganda Hippos and KCCA FC Midfielder Steven Sserwadda on his way to New York Red Bulls in the Major League Soccer

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By Edward Tumusiime

KCCA FC Midfielder Steven Sserwadda who featured in a goalless draw against Express on Wednesday 26th May at Wankulukuku looks to have played his last game for the Kasasiro boys.

The talented midfielder is said to have travelled to Major League Soccer in the United States with New York Red Bull to be his next home.

Sserwada featured for Uganda Hippos in the U-20 African Cup of Nations in Mauritania where he displayed a great performance hence being spotted by the Club scouts.

Negotiations are said to have been going on between the player and the two clubs.

The 18-year-old midfielder waved to the fans after the game against Express FC at Wankulukuku which looked to have been a goodbye message to them.

Sserwada has played 6 games for Uganda U-20 scoring two goals helping his country to reach the finals in the U-20 African Cup of Nations in Mauritania.

Among the goals is the wonderful strike against Mozambique in the recently concluded AFCON U-20 which was named among the CAF top 10 goals.

The Teenager will join compatriots Mustafa Kizza who is currently playing for Montreal Impact in the same league.

It’s believed that former Uganda Cranes skipper Ibrahim Sekagya is behind this move since he is on the coaching staff of New York Red Bull.

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