Nyasa Big Bullets attacker Jafali Chande has finally spoken out and officially confirmed he has left the Peoples team.
There have been a lot of talks on Chande’s move as some claimed he will stay at Bullets while some quarters were saying he had signed a pre-contract with Mighty Be Forward Wanderers after Bullets failed to meet his demands.
The former Epac F.C match maker told a local radio on Wednesday that he is done with Bullets.
“I don’t have much to say but what I can assure you is that this coming season I will play for Wanderers,” said Chande.
He said the Nomads know what to expect from him.
“They already know what I am capable of doing and I don’t need to talk about it but I will deliver” he said.
Full details of Chande’s contract are yet to be revealed.
The player demanded K3 million signing on fee before putting pen to paper at Bullets.
Meanwhile, Bullets can have a sigh of relief following the decision of their striker Chiukepo Msowoya to finally put the pen to paper.
Msowoya was also linked with a move to Wanderers as he it was reported that the player was not happy with the contract he was offered.
He has since signed a one year contract.
The striker was on top form on Tuesday when Malawi national team faced Guinea despite losing 2-1.
He scored the loan goal through an intelligent header in the first half.Follow and Subscribe Nyasa TV :