Bullets could be close to signing EPAC star forward Mussa Manyenje this month.
The People’s Team recognises they should add to their strike force to help kick on and campaign for Super League title.
Bullets caretaker Lloyd Nkhwazi told Nyasa Times the deal is close to be sealed.
“There is a good chance that we are going to sign the wonder boy despite being charged a lot of money. We have brought him here with the intention of offering him a contract,” said Nkhwazi.
Mussa Manyenje is doing his best at Bullets and he was in a fine form last weekend at Civo stadium in a pre-season match.
Apart from Mussa Manyenje, Bullets has lined up players to sign Mponela United forward Fabio Kapinde, EPAC defender Pilirani Zonda, former Mighty Wanderers midfieder Nafe Msasa.
Meanwhile, Bullets are fuming after Football Association of Malawi (FAM) cleared Chimango Kaira to Mozambican side Costa do Sol as a free agent following an issuance of an expired contract for the midfielder.
Newly elected Bullets general secretary Harold Fote on Sunday said he was not aware of FAM transaction effected by local transfer matching system manager Casper Jangale.
“This is very unfortunate. I thought FAM has interest to protect Malawian clubs. We spent quite a fortune to add value to Chimango.
“There was an existing contract that expired on February 28 submitted by Escom [now Kabula United].We wanted to pursue this jointly. Escom still owned the player as we owed [them] some money,” said Fote.
Apparently, Bullets had not finished paying Kaira’s transfer fee from Kabula; hence, club boss Fanuel Nkhono still claimed ownership of the Flames workhorse alongside James Chilapondwa and Heston Munthali at a combined price of K6 million (about $15 000).Follow and Subscribe Nyasa TV :