CAPS United professional Ishmael Thindwa has disclosed that he has not decided on which team to join after returning from Zimbabwe.
Thindwa said there was no need to be pushed as he denied to have joined Mighty Be Forward.
“I have returned from Zimbabwe and I cannot disclose my next move because I have just arrived,” Thindwa said.
“I have not joined any other team and I am just hearing it from the media that I have joined Wanderers.”
The lanky striker, who made his name while playing for Epac United of Lilongwe, said he could be comfortable to play for Bullets.
“Why is it that people are pushing me to join Wanderers. If anything I will be comfortable to play for Bullets ,” he said.
The development clarified why he has missed at Wanderers training despite the team announcing that he was heading to the Lali Lubani Road.
But Wanderers general secretary Mike Butao insisted that Thindwa will join the team during the second round when the transfer window opens.
“Ishmael Thindwa will join Wanderers in the second round. He will just be training with us until the transfer window,” he said.
The 2012 golden boot award winner in the Super League is a natural choice to join the Lali Lubani Boys being on the verge of losing Jimmy Zakazaka who is on a two-week trials in Botswana.
They have also lost Cameroonian striker Lionel Assu over contractual disputes.Follow and Subscribe Nyasa TV :