Mighty Be Forward Wanderers midfielder Isacc Kaliati denied he agreed to join Nyasa Big Bullets , and insists his focus remains fully on rediscovering his form with the Blues after resuming training.
Kaliati has seen himself linked with a transfer to the Champions in recent months after missing training sessions and games this season for the Lali Lubani Road side..
The enterprising midfielder reveals he is back in training, before adding that he is eager to regain his match fitness ahead of the Nomads next league game against age-old rivals Nyasa Big Bullets this weekend.
The playmaker quashed speculation that he agreed to join Bullets.
“The rumours had no basis at all. I never agreed to join Bullets. I am a Nomads for real,” said Kaliati.
According to Wanderers general secretary Mike Butao, the club had an issue with the player in connection to his five percent levy from the K4 million ($5 831) transfer fee they paid to Azam Tigers and that his manager told him not to travel to Lilongwe for the Silver game until the K200 000 [$292] levy was paid.
Butao said the matter has since been resolved amicablly .
Bullets acting general secretary Kelvin Moyo said reporting linking Kaliati to the champions was“just one of those rumours.”
Kumwenda transfer puzzle
Meanwhile, there is a new transfer wrangle involving midfielder Kondwani ‘Scholes’ Kumwenda’sto Nyasa Big Bullets from Wanderers over transfer fee balance with Azam Tigers FC.
According to press report, Tigers has sought Sulom’s intervention after its chairperson Sydney Chikoti yesterday said at the time the Nomads released the player, they still had a K1 million outstanding transfer fee balance.
Tigers argue that since Wanderers did not complete payment of Kumwenda, Bullets should not be allowed to register him.
But Bullets have said they signed the player as a free agent.Follow and Subscribe Nyasa TV :