Ugandan custodian Benjamin Ochan has confirmed his exit from Kenyan heavyweights AFC Leopards.
AFC Leopards have been struggling to keep hold of their best players owing to the financial struggles they are facing.
The experienced custodian is the latest to have confirmed his exit from the 13-time league champions.
“Today I say goodbye to the magnificent club as it is AFC Leopards,” Ochan posted on his official social media account.
“I want to thank the club for helping me become a better goalkeeper and for making me feel at home during my time here.”
“After all these years I can only say thank you to the club, to the fans that have supported me since the first day, and good luck to my teammates.”
Ochan joined Ingwe in July 2019, signing an initial one-year contract.
The contract expired a season later and the two parties struggled to reach an agreement owing to financial constraints experienced by the club.
Eventually, an agreement was reached and it was extended. He is leaving as a free agent.