Malawi national football team’s on and off striker, Peter Wadabwa, has completed the formalities of his move to Mighty Be Forward Wanderers.
The striker who played South Africa Premier Soccer League side Golden Arrows signed pen to paper on Wednesday in Blantyre to join the Blues camp.
Wadabwa has played in the National First Division for Thanda Royal Zulu and the PSL where he previously signed for Jomo Cosmos but never had a run before he was loaned back to Silver Strikers .
Wanderers secretary general Mike Butao said: “We can now announce to all Wanderers fans that we have signed Wadabwa inorder to beef up our striking force,”said Butao.
Butao said they want Wadaba to get back to the kind of form that had once led to him being thought of as one of the best forwards in the country.
“He’s obviously a top footballer so it’s just about getting the best out of him,” said Butao.
Wadabwa said he is happy to join the Blues.
“I am very happy to be joining Wanderers and can’t wait to start scoring goals for the club,” he said.
Wadabwa said he has agreed personal terms but both the player and the club did not disclose finer details of the deal.