Scottish Premier League club, Dundee United Football Club has unveiled Ugandan striker, Sadat Anaku on a two year contract.
Anaku has been training with Dundee United’s feeder team (U21) together with Enock Walusimbi and both did impress the technical headed by Jack Ross, but Walusimbi is set for a loan move.
He has passed through the ranks to senior team of KCCA FC.
Anaku is still the all time leading scorer in FUFA Juniors league with 83 goals to his name.
At senior level, he scored 22 goals from 67 games.
Dundee United’s head coach Jack Ross has impressed the tennager.
“I’ve been really impressed with Sadat since he came in.
“You have to have a certain mental toughness to come in from overseas and settle.
“Sadat has done that by leaving a really good impression on the players and staff at United.
“He has a real hunger and drive to try and succeed in European football and sees this as a real opportunity to do that.
“He’s a really good finisher and will offer something different to the attacking options we already have at the club. That gives the squad a good balance.
“There’s an element of the unknown about him but we can see he has real potential.
“That element of unknown can help us. Defenders won’t know what he’s about and he’s not easy to play against from what I’ve seen in training.
“Hopefully he can capitalise on that element of surprise and get off to a good start. If he can hit the ground running and score quickly then things can fly from there.”