Uganda Premier League side KCCA FC have mutually agreed to part ways with striker John Egbuonu Odumegwu.
The Nigerian joined the 13 time Uganda Premier League champions at the start of the 2019/20 season on a two year employment contract.
The development was confirmed by the Ag CEO Michael Kirunga on the club website
“Yes, it is true the club has mutually agreed with Odumegwu to terminate his contract. We thank him for his time at the club and wish him the very best in his future.” Stated Kirunga.
The former Rivers United forward scored only one goal for the Lugogo based side last season.
Odumegwu became the second Nigerian to play for KCCA FC after Suleiman Akinyemi.
He joins Sadam Juma, Tom Ikara (Police FC), Jackson Nunda (URA FC), Muzamiru Mutyaba, Jamil Malyamungu, Mustafa Kizza (Montreal Impact), Erisa Sekisambu, Eric Ssenjobe (Police FC) and Mike Mutyaba (retired) who are the other players to exit the club.
The club has also beefed up the squad with Charles Lwanga (SC Villa), Ashraf Mugume (Vipers), Bright Anukani (Proline), Juma Balinya (Gor Mahia), Samson Kigozi (Police FC), Denis Iguma (Free agent), Stefano Mazzengo Loro ( Free agent), Moses Kalanzi, Andrew Kawooya and Brian Aheebwa (Mbarara City).