The Siya crew reported recently that Ugandan international striker, Dan Sserunkuma, has been offered to Kaizer Chiefs.
Representatives for the player, who plays for Kenyan Premier League champions Gor Mahia, are said to be in talks with Glamour Boys management.
Despite the player's big reputation as a reliable hitman in East Africa, little is known of him in South Africa. The Siya crew did a little digging to find out more about the Kampala-born star.
His coach for Uganda, Milutin Micho Sredojevic, had high praise for his abilities telling Futaa.com, “He really proved himself against Rwanda and I can without doubt say he is one of the best (players) in this region”
Soccer Laduma has also unearthed some interesting information about what the striker could offer Chiefs as a potential forward at the club.
Ugandan sports news provider, Gormahia.net said, "Once Sserunkuma gets a few steps in front of a defender, it is curtains closed. Most defenders have a snowballs chance in hell of catching him. It is precisely for this reason that Sserunkuma’s runs have resulted in many a penalty as defenders find themselves with no other alternative but to foul him. If there is open space, available, Sserunkuma can launch one of his trademark rockets which often leaves goalkeepers hapless. But he is also capable of precise finishing, as well."
The Ugandan international is also credited for his big role in helping Gor Mahia to their first league title in a long time, "The club sought to win the national league for the first time in18 years, and it was Sserunkuma who played the pivotal role by scoring in almost all the last 10 games of the 2013 league. Thanks largely to Sserunkuma’s goalscoring heroics, Gor Mahia won the league."
The forward also won some personal accolades for some of his showings in recent times. He was named the 2012 Kenyan Premier League Player of the Year, as well as the 2013 and 2014 Uganda Sports Press Association Player of the Year as well.
The crew will monitor further developments with regards any possible move to Chiefs.