BUL FC have continued to strengthen their squad with two more additions.
The Eastern Giants have completed the acquisition of defender Najib Tusaba and goalkeeper Emmanuel Kalyowa.
Tusaba joins BUL from fellow Uganda Premier League side Onduparaka FC while Kalyowa re-joins the club as a free agent.
They have both put pen to paper on two-year deals until 2023.
Kalyowa played for the Eastern Giants between 2015 and 2017 before joining URA, Kyetume and Nyamityobora respectively.
With these two, BUL has now acquired 11 players in the this ongoing transfer window.
Said Keni, Hannington Ssebwalunyo, George Kasonko and Ibra Nsimbe are some of the players that were acquired in the last few weeks.
The club has also let go of more than 15 players from their squad.Musa Walangalira, Charles Sempa, Deogracious Ojok, Denis Okot and Jimmy Kulaba are some of those who left the club.
The club also promoted Owen Mukisa and Herbert Onyango from the Junior team.
Last season, they finished 11th on the Uganda Premier League table.