Ugandan Cranes striker Daniel Sserunkuma has arrived in Germany for trials with Danish First Division side FC Koge.
The club said last night that the Gor Mahia forward arrived in Denmark on July 10th and traveled the next day to Germany with the rest of the FC Koge team for a series of matches where he will be tested.
Ken Joseph, Sserunkuma’s British born agent confirmed to this paper on phone from the UK that the player had traveled and was ready to show his best.
Last week the agent said Sserunkuma, the 2012/2013 Kenya Premier League player of the year had chance to join the former South African League champions Kaizer Chiefs as talks were on-going.
Cranes Head Coach Milutin ‘Micho’ Sredojevic also left out Sserunkuma from the team preparing to face Mauritania in a 2015 Africa Cup of Nations (Afcon) qualifier this weekend because of the trials in Germany.
FC Koge’s Coach Henrik Pedersen will be looking to make new recruits after off-loading some players last month. Besides Sseunkuma, the club has five other players on trial and these include; Brazilian offensive player Bruno Sabino, Emil Erba and Mikkel Luimes (both FC Zealand), Kristian Pedersen (Ringsted IF) and Frederik Hansen.