Uganda international striker Patrick Kaddu has emerged as a transfer target for numerous African clubs according to Kawowo Sports reports.
Kaddu scored Uganda’s opener in the 2-0 win over DR Congo when he found the back of the net through Farouk Miya's corner.
The KCCA forward was also impressive as he kept the Leopards defence under siege for the spell he spent on the Cairo
International stadium pitch before he was taken off for Allan Kyambadde.
Prior to the last training session before the Zimbabwe match, a couple of agents asked about his availability and whoever is responsible for him.
“Is Kaddu under any management as a player?” one asked. “There is a club that is interested, one of the best in Africa but we need to know who his agent is,” he continued in a conversation with our reporter.
Reliable sources revealed that many of the agents have frequently visited the Cranes residence at Radisson Blu Hotel in Heliopolis but denied a chance to speak to the forward in order to keep concentration levels for forthcoming Cranes games.
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