Uganda Cranes left-back Mustafa Kizza has confirmed that he left Major League Soccer side Montreal Impact FC.
The marauding left-back confirmed his departure on Wednesday, December 01.
“Thank you for everything CF Montrea, it has been a pleasure,” Kizza said in a Tweet.
“It was an honour to play under a coach like Thierry Henry, all the other coaches and my amazing teammates all the people who work at the club behind the scenes who have done so much for me – Thank You,” he added.
Kizza leaves the Canadian based side just over a year after joining them from KCCA FC.
“CF Montreal announced Tuesday that the club has exercised options for 12 players on its roster,” Montreal Impact said.
“Montreal have exercised options for goalkeeper Jonathan Sirois, defenders Zachary Brault-Guillard, Keesean Ferdinand, Joel Waterman, and Karifa Yao, as well as midfielders Jean Aniel-Assi, Mathieu Choiniere, Ahmed Hamdi, Sean Rea, Nathan Saliba, Joaquin Torres, and Rida Zouhir.”
“Goalkeeper James Pantemis, defenders Zorhan Bassong, Kamal Miller, and Robert Thorkelsson, midfielders Ismael Kone, Djordje Mihailovic, Matko Miljevic, Samuel Piette and Victor Wanyama, as well as forwards Bjorn Johnsen, Romell Quioto, Sunusi Ibrahim, and Mason Toye are all under contract for next season.”
“The club will not exercise its option on goalkeeper Sebastian Breza [option to purchase], defenders Mustafa Kizza, Aljaz ‘Kiki’ Struna, and midfielders Jean-Yves Ballou Tabla, Clement Bayiha, Tomas Giraldo, and Emanuel Maciel.”
“Defender Rudy Camacho’s contract will end in 2021. In the coming days, the club will also provide an update regarding a forthcoming agreement with midfielder Lassi Lappalainen.”
He signed for Montreal in July 2020, signing a two year deal with an option of a further three years and he made just 20 outings for the Canadian side.