Allan Okello, the talented Ugandan midfielder, has bid farewell to Algerian Paradou AC according to Swift Sports.
The player announced his departure and confirmed the mutual agreement to terminate his contract with the club. Now he is sidelined: his next career destination remains uncertain. According to the statement both the midfielder and the club parted ways with no hard feelings.
I want to express my gratitude to Paradou AC for the journey we have had together. After careful consideration, we have mutually agreed to terminate my contract. This decision was not made lightly and comes after extensive reflection on both my personal and professional aspirations. I believe this is the right step for all parties involved, and I am excited for the next chapter in my career. I want to thank the fans, teammates, and everyone at the club for their support throughout my time here.
Allan Okello joined Paradou AC in January 2020, following an impressive stint with KCCA FC in the Uganda Premier League. His abilities on the pitch earned him recognition as the Best Player of the Year in 2019, further enhancing his reputation as one of Africa’s emerging football talents.
One of the highlights of Okello’s career also came in 2019 when he played an instrumental role in guiding Uganda to a historic 14th CECAFA Challenge title. His performances on the international stage solidified his status as a prominent figure in Ugandan football.
According to Transfermarkt the midfielders current transfer value is estimated at €300,000, with the careers highest at €400,000 in 2022.