Malawi super league side Mighty Wanderers have secured their third signing of the on-going local transfer window by completing a deal for former Silver Strikers and Flames forward Peter Wadabwa.
Wadabwa was in Blantyre to complete the formalities on a two year contract having already trained with the Nomads on Wednesday afternoon.
The former Golden Arrows, who was with Silver Strikers last season, was a free agent following the expirerly of his one year contract with the Central Bankers.
He replaces Muhamad Sulumba who is on the verge of completing his move to rivals Big Bullets in the coming days.
However, the Nomads are not yet done on the market following reports that they are chasing for the signature of Bullets lethal midfielder Jafali Chande.
According to some sources, Chande was seen having meetings with Wanderers official and if all goes well, he will sign for the Lali Luban outfit as a free agent.
Wanderers were the first club to bring on board new players from Wizards FC and are looking forward to further reinforcements.
The Nomads have lost Richard Chipuwa to a Mozambican Chingale FC and have since identified Azam Tigers shot-stopper Nenani Juwaya as a possible replacement.
Menawhile, all the transfer deals will be officially confirmed by the Super League of Malawi (Sulom).