By Swalley Kenyi
UGANDAN midfielder Musa Mudde is back to the Kenyan football league after he penned a two year contract at AFC Leopards.
Details of the deal are undisclosed but the player said that he was ready to strengthen the Leopards team that is preparing for the 2014 season and they will also feature in the CAF Confederations Cup.
"I have signed for AFC Leopards. This is a very good club with a rich history. I decided to put pen to paper and help them in the league and CAF Confederations Cup next year," Mudde said.
Mudde returns to the league after months of inactivity following disagreements Tanzanian side Simba SC and his first professional club Sofapaka, who were reclaiming the player.
Mudde first played professional football at Sofapaka before joining Simba SC mid last year but he got injured a month later forcing him to fallout with the club which reportedly ignored him during that spell.
AFC Leopards boss Allan Kasavuli confirmed that they had signed Mudde to beef up their midfield ahead of the new season.
"We are delighted to have signed Mudde. He is a robust midfielder. By bringing Mudde on board we seek to strengthen the squad in all departments ahead of the new season and the continental matches," Kasavuli said.