KCCA FC head coach Mike Mutebi has said that the club will not stop striker Allan Okello and defender Mustafa Kizza from leaving the team.
Reports have been speculating that the two players have refused to renew contracts with the Uganda Premier League champions and could ditch the side for greener pastures.
However, the outspoken tactician insists the club is willing to extend the contracts of the two players but they will not force them to sign if they don’t want to.
“There has been this grapevine talk of Okello and Kizza not willing to extend their contracts,” Mutebi said.
“We are going to present what we believe in as a club to them. And these are players we have groomed to be confident, to make the right decisions. So when we offer these contracts and they are not happy, then we shall let them go,” he added.
Okello, who was crowned the best player in Uganda last year, has been linked with a move to Wydad Athletic Casablanca while Kizza has been rumoured to be in talks with Tanzanian Azam FC.
The two are some of the notable players that were promoted from the KCCA FC junior team in 2017 in addition to Peter Magambo, Julius Poloto, Noel Nasasira, and Herbert Achai among others.