Former Vipers SC forward Duncan Sseninde’s agent Denis Namanya claims that they decided to terminate his contract with the Kitende-based club due to lack of playing time.
Sseninde who still had a year to run on his three-year contract with Vipers announced on Wednesday that he had agreed to mutually terminate his contract at the St. Mary’s Stadium.
According to Namanya, the 22-year-old player needs enough playing time which was not provided at Vipers.
“Sseninde terminated the contract with Vipers SC because we wanted him to get enough playing time which was not the case at Vipers,” Namanya told Football256.
“It was a good decision for him to cancel his contract with Vipers because he had limited playing time, and we believe the constant changes in coaching staff affected his progress,” he added.
The Prosper Sports Agency boss confirmed that Sseninde is now a free agent and open to offers from any club that can guarantee Sseninde enough playing time.
The agent also confirmed that they are currently examining a number of offers tabled for the player with Express, SC Villa, UPDF and Botswana’s Township Rollers also expressing interest.
“We want a club that can guarantee him playing time as long as he is fit so that he can get back to his top level.”
“We are now open to all offers, we have offers from SC Villa, Express FC, Township Rollers and UPDF FC but we shall carefully study all offers on table before we take a decision,” Namanya noted.
Sseninde spent the previous season on loan at Wakiso Giants, and while Namanya stated that the club have not expressed any interest in making the move permanent, he noted that the Purple Sharks have first priority should they consider keeping the player.
“We have not had any approach from Wakiso Giants about making the move permanent, that’s why we are considering interest from elsewhere.”
“However, should Wakiso Giants make their interest known to us, we shall give them the first priority,” Namanya added.
Sseninde started his career at KJT Rwenshama before moving to Vipers at the start of the 2015/16 season going on to play a starring role for the Venoms as they won the 2017/18 league earning a three-year deal shortly after.
However, he has since failed to tie down a regular place at Kitende culminating in a loan move to Wakiso Giants where he played 12 league games scoring no goals.