Crespo Asiku Set To Leave Jinja’s BUL FC

Asiku (L) battles with KCCA's Ogwang at Lugogo. The BUL captain is set to join the defending champs.
Asiku (L) battles with KCCA’s Ogwang at Lugogo. The BUL captain is set to join the defending champions. PHOTO Drake Ssentongo

Highly-rated striker Crespo Asiku looks set to leave Jinja’s FUFA Super League side BUL FC immediately after the third edition of the African Nations Championship takes place in South Africa this month after sources at the club confirmed he had rejected a new contract.

The 27-year-old also their captain has been linked with a move to Kampala City Council to replace Herman Wasswa at Lugogo who are pushing for a better outing in the CAF Champions league, speculation which will now only increase.

“Asiku has informed club officials that he will not accept our offer,” our source disclosed on Wednesday evening.

Asiku’s contract runs until 2015, but he is now expected to move on before the end of the season. He has already scored 8 goals going into the half-season break.

Crespo Asiku, who is yet to win a cap for Uganda Cranes, came through the Lugazi youth system and made his debut for the BUL in 2011.

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