A window of opportunity has opened for Big Bullets and Flames international defender Yamikani Fodya who will soon be heading to Swaziland to undergo trials at Manzini F.C.
But Bullets Vice General Secretary Kelvin Moyo said on Thursday that official communication is yet to be made by Manzini.
However, Moyo said the club will not bar the player and any other player from exploring other avenues on conditions that the interested clubs come forward with good offer.
“We are not going to block any player but we don’t want our players to leave for the sake of leaving Malawi but they should be offered good perks” said Moyo.
“We have been disappointed with some players who left the team and struggled afterwards despite playing abroad” he added.
This comes barely few days after the Peoples team lost their key striker Chiukepo Msowoya who is to start new lease of life at Bidvest Wits of South Africa Premier Soccer League.
Meanwhile, Bullets says they are looking forward to beef up their squad with a defender, midfielder and striker according to Moyo.
“We need to reinforce the club since we have a lenient squad as you know we signed only 24 players and with the departure of Msowoya we only have 23 as of now” said Moyo.
He however maintained that their aim is to defend the league championship as well as the ongoing Carlsberg Cup.
Bullets will be travelling to Lilongwe this Sunday to face Mafco F.C in the Quarter final of Carlsberg Cup.