The Ugandan winger will first play with their reserve team as he is been assessed fully.
Vietnamese football club Becamex Binh Duong have said they will receive an undisclosed amount of money from Russian side Kuban Krasnodar to buy off Uganda Cranes' winger Moses Oloya's contract with them.
Oloya has moved to Kuban Krasnodar with a year left on his contract with Becamex Binh Duong after the Ugandan winger caught the attention of new Kuban coach Daniel Vasile Petrescu.
Vasile pursued Oloya with two Japanese clubs on tow before he beat them to the player's signature.
"Becamex Binh Duong club will receive compensation from Moses Oloya because he had unilaterally extended the contract until 2017 with Binh Duong signed earlier. The amount of compensation is not disclosed," Becamex said.
Kuban Krasnodar said Oloya will first play with their reserve team as he is been assessed fully before he is passed fit for first team football.