Japanese player Genki Nakamura has said he is ready to join any club in Malawi as he was at the centre of controversy between Mighty Be Forward Wanderers and Silver Strikers.
Nakamura was welcomed on arrival in Malawi by Silver Strikers despite that Wanderers were behind his move.
But the 29-year old forward who can play as a winger or striker said any team could secure his signature.
“I am ready to play for any team who can sign me. I am not here for a particular team,” Nakamura said.
Commenting on his interest to play for a little known league which does not attract good players he said money is not an issue.
“I have sponsors. I want to make history by playing here,” he said.
But Wanderers General Secretary Mike Butao downplayed Nakamura’s remarks saying he will be on trials and will be offered a deal if he impresses.
“The fact of the matter is that he is here on trials and if he will impress the technical panel discussions with his sponsors will start,” Butao said.
“We will not meet the expenses for his salary and upkeep. His sponsors will be responsible for his salary and upkeep.”
He has also disputed allegations that the player is demanding a K4 million monthly package.