Malawian striker Diverson Mlozi has joined Swaziland club Maranti FC on a season-long loan pending a permanent.
Bullets FC General Secretary Harold Fote confirmed that the player has been cleared to play for the Swaziland club as a professional player.
“We have loaned him with the prospects of a permanent deal,” Fote said.
Mlozi was over the moon with the move to play for the Swaziland club.
“Having played for the country’s top league for the past six seasons, I was looking forward to such an opportunity,” Mlozi said.
“I am excited look forward to making a difference. My target is to finish as either top league or club top goal scorer.”
Former Flames coach Kinnah Phiri rounded up his career at Manzine Wanderers before taking over the team as coach.
Mlozi joined Bullets from Maicc FC of Mponela in Malawi’s Central Region District of Dowa after taking the lower league by storm.
The diminutive striker has failed to live up to his billing to fail to break into the national team although he has been called up on several occasions.