Malawi champions Big Bullets are monitoring Cameroonian striker Lionel Assu ‘s contract situation amid reports the striker is open to join another Super League club iif Mighty Be Forward Wanderers fail to pay K3.5 million signing on-fee.
His agent Prince Jere has threatened that Assu will be hawked to other clubs if Wanderers fail to meet his personal terms.
Jere said Assu did not sign any contract with Wanderers apart from Super League forms, saying he will be free to move and sign for another club.
“Assu is free to join any other team in the Super League because he never signed a contract with the Wanderers,” said Jere.
He said the deal with Wanderers will only be completed if the club honours his signing-on fee money.
Assu demanded a K3.5 million signing-on fee as well as a monthly salary of K500 000 from the Nomads as part of his deal but he has received nothing as the club is reluctant to meet these demands.
Although negotiations are thought to have reached an impasse, Wanderers are not under immediate pressure to let the player go and remain hopeful of convincing him to stay.
Bullets have asked to be kept informed should the situation deteriorate further.