Uganda Under 23 national team winger Joseph Ssemujju has completed his move to top Ugandan Premier League side BUL FC.
The 22-year-old left-footed attacker has been without since September last year and has agreed to join the Jinja-based in search of playtime.
The player's agent while announcing the move said that he was targeting a recall to Uganda Cranes side that will take part in CHAN 2020 in April in Cameroon.
Ssemujju and his compatriot Mahad Yaya Kaooza travelled to Poland and send six weeks undergoing trials at Polish champions Legia Warsaw. They didn't manage to get a contract and ended up at an unnamed Polish second division side. Work permit and visa complications saw the pair return home empty-handed.
BUL FC has already signed Vitalus Tabu and Ramadhan Dudu from Onduparaka.
The Peter Onen-coached side has had a dismal run in the recent matches and lost 1-0 to Bright Stars in their last league outing.
They will travel to Mvara Boys in Uganda Cup on Saturday before taking on Wakiso Giants in UPL on Wednesday next week.
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