Football has started paying well for Ugandan footballers, with many making big money moves domestically, on the continent and the world over.
Kampala Capital City Authority Football Club (KCCA FC) and Uganda Cranes striker Patrick Kaddu is on the receiving end of these big money moves
The striker who scored the first goal for Uganda at afcon in Egypt has left KCCA FC for Renaissance Sportive (RS) Berkane in Morocco.
Kawowo Sports reported that Kaddu signed a four-year deal with the 2019 CAF Confederation Cup finalists and attended his first training session at the club on Tuesday.
Kaddu becomes the third high-profile player to leave KCCA this transfer window after Timothy Awany and Allan Kyambadde who joined Ashdod FC (Israel) and El Gouna (Egypt) respectively.