Danny set to leave broke Ulisses

Sserunkuma in a past game for Ulisses (Picture credits: Ulisses FC)

Sserunkuma in a past game for Ulisses (Picture credits: Ulisses FC)

Former Gor Mahia striker Dan Sserunkuma will be leaving cash strapped Armenian side FC Ulisses in the coming transfer window that is set to open in mid November, his agent Ken Joseph has confirmed.

The Uganda striker was the top scorer in the Kenyan Premier League (KPL) last season before embarking on an unsuccessful stint out to Tanzanian giants Simba SC before terminating his deal and later joining the Armenian side.

However, all has not been well at the Eastern Europe side and his agent states that the club is in a serious financial state that all foreign players are set to leave, with Sserunkuma not an exeption.

“The club is in severe financial difficulty, a situation that started in the last three or four months; at around the time Dan had just joined. He is concentrating on his football and is very positive about everything but we also need to understand he didn’t go there to play charity football.

“As things stand, he will definitely leave in the oncoming transfer window which opens in mid November. There are clubs we are talking to across Europe and I believe soon he will have a club to play for,” he said.