Scottish Premiership side Dundee United are considering signing KCCA FC forward Sadat Anaku according to reliable sources.
The 21-year-old and his compatriot Enoch Walusimbi from Express FC are currently in Scotland on trials with the Dundee United B team.
Anaku has played in several trial games against English Premier League reserve teams more so scoring against Leicester City.
The youngster has caught the eye of Jack Ross who is the senior Dundee United head coach according to various sources in Scotland.
Discussing the trialists last month, United boss Jack Ross told Courier Sport: “It’s looking at the B-team side of things and, like any player, there would be the potential to push into the first-team.”
This website understands that Anaku is keen on the move and Dundee United is set to open talks with him and KCCA and he will be required to obtain a working permit before the move can be completed.
Anaku is a KCCA FC development side graduate who was promoted to the senior team ahead of the 2019/2020 season.
This followed several impressive FUFA Junior League campaigns where he scored over 80 goals over a period of three seasons.
During the 2021/22 Uganda Premier League season, Anaku was the Kasasiro Boys’ joint top scorer with seven goals alongside Davis Kasirye.
Meanwhile, Dundee United have had a poor start in the 2022/23 Scottish Premiership season.
After three games, Ross’ charges have lost twice and drawn another and they are placed tenth with a single point on the 12-team log.
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