Uganda Cranes defender Mustafa Kizza and Portuguese outfit FC Arouca have mutually parted ways before the former made his debut for the club.
It is out of frustration due to the above that the left back decided to mutually end his marriage with Arouca, www.football256.com understands.
“Futebol Clube de Arouca and player Mustafa Kizza reached an agreement for the friendly termination of the contract,” a post on Arouca’s social media platforms read.
“We wish you (Kizza) future sporting and personal successes,” the post shortly ended.
The 23-year-old only joined Arouca in July 2022 on a three-year contract in a deal that excited Ugandans because Arouca features in the Portuguese Primeira Liga, one of the top seven leagues in the whole world.
This website reliably understands that Kizza has continuously shared his frustration about his situation with his friends back home in Uganda.
“He (Kizza) wants to leave Portugal because since he joined the Arouca they have never given him a chance to make his debut for the club,” a source that constantly speaks to Kizza once said close to this reporter.
“He is frustrated with everything that is going on in Portugal and he is at the point where he is supposed to be playing game in game out.”
Kizza previously played for Montreal Impact in the Major League Soccer in the United States of America and KCCA FC in Uganda.