Sports Club Vipers have officially announced the acquisition of Congolese striker Moussa Mbayi Clovis.
The deal was made official on Tuesday with the club indicating the towering forward has inked a 3 year agreement.
The Congolese born striker agreed to join the Venoms on Monday and was unveiled by club president Lawrence Mulindwa at Kitende.
Team coach Miguel Da Costa believes the forward as the attributes to help in solving the goal scoring crisis at the club.
“He has the pace, power, eye for goal and can score with both feet and the coaches believe his addition will be essential to the team next season,” Miguel said as quoted by the club website.
The powerful forward has previously featured for AS Dauphins Noirs and FC Saint-Etoi Lupopo in Democratic Republic of Congo.
Speaking to the club website, the striker said he is happy to join the Venoms and will be hoping to help the team win trophies as well as use this opportunity to further his career.
“I have made the best choice joining Vipers sports club, I am ready to work with the team and win trophies,” the elated Mbayi Moussa Clovis explained.
He is Viper’s fifth acquisition this transfer window, following the arrivals of Tadeo Lwanga, Yayo Lutimba, Steven Mukwala and Tom Matsiko.