Tony Mawejje is on the verge of completing a move back to Ugandan football with reports indicating that the central midfield holder is to sign with his former employers Police FC.
Police FC who managed to dodge relegation thanks to the season being cancelled and them being safe out of the relegation positions will welcome the experience of Mawejje.
The midfielder has been without a club since 2019 after he and his club Al Arabi SC agreed to terminate his previous contract with Kuwait top division side.
“It is certainly a done deal between Police and Tony (Mawejje),” a source that preferred anonymity told Football256.
“And what could be holding back the deal are the final details before the player can be unveiled. Hopefully, what is remaining for the deal to go through will be sorted early next week, but Mawejje will be a Police player soon,” the source added.
Tony Mawejje is no stranger to Police FC environment having been with the club in 2006 when they won their last piece of Silverware during the CECAFA Senior club tournament.
Tony Mawejje could see himself rejoin Police FC very soon
The midfielder left Uganda in 2009 when he was with tax collectors URA FC to start his world tour with Iceland being his first destination when he joined ÍBV Vestmannaeyja.
Police FC Chairman Asan Kansigye indicated that they are planning to provide coach Abdallah Mubiru with all the support that he needs this season and signing Mawejje will clearly show that the club hierarchy intends to make good on their promises.
Abdallah Mubiru was recently given a boost of confidence when his contract was renewed for another three years to help push the club to the next level with his entertaining brand of football.
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