Uganda Cranes forward Muhammed Shaban has on Monday parted ways with Moroccan giants Raja Casablanca just close to one year since joining from Ugandan side KCCA FC.
The development was confirmed by his intermediary Ronnie Santos through a statement on this official facebook page.
“Ronnie Santos sports Management the official representative of Uganda Cranes striker Mohamed Shaban have this afternoon reached an agreement with Raja Casablanca to end our relationship which started 13th.August 2018,” Santos posted on his Facebook page.
“Due to some reasons which remain confidential per now, we have agreed to terminate the contract effective today 29th July 2019.”
“We wish to thank Raja Casablanca for giving us a chance to work with you , it’s been a pleasure putting on the green colours,” he added.
At Casablanca, Shaban found it hard to break into the first XI thus being put in the reserve side.
His memorable time at the club came when they won the CAF super cup in a match Raja Casablanca defeated Tunisian side Esperance De Tunis 2-1 in Qatar despite being unused substitute.