Uganda international forward Davis Kasirye has left Kenyan Premier League side Sofapaka FC by mutual consent.
The 27-year-old striker joined the Batoto ba Mungu in September 2022 after seeing out his contract with StarTimes Premier League giants KCCA FC.
Kasirye, who has won three caps for Uganda, is reported to have requested the termination of his contract to find more regular football elsewhere.
“ Davis was unhappy at the club and wanted to move on, so he requested to part ways with the club. It had nothing to do with his performance,” a source close to the player told Pulse Sports Uganda.
The former Zesco United star has yet to make a league appearance since a 1-1 draw against Police FC in December last year.
Kasirye becomes the second departure from the 2009 FKF Premier League champions after the exit of Kenyan striker Joseph Waithera.
During his unveiling at Sofapaka, Kasirye promised to hit ten goals, rekindling memories of the journeyman’s time at Rwanda Premier League side Rayon Sports.
He guided Rayon to the Peace Cup in 2016 and scored 13 league goals that season.
He then moved to DR Congo’s Daring Club Motema Pembe for a reported $90,000 transfer fee a year later before heading south to Zambian Super League giants Zesco United.
He also previously played at Express, URA, and BUL in the Uganda Premier League.
Kasirye is now expected to choose his next destination in the coming weeks as a free agent, having previously been linked with a move to Black Power FC.
By Festus Chuma