Former Blantyre United forward who was on loan at Mighty Wanderers Muhamad Sulumba has joined rivals Big Bullets.
Sulumba signed a pre contract with the peoples team a week ago but his move was put on hold following Wanderers’s resilient to allow him join a rival team. However, the forward has officially signed for Bullets on Wednesday.
Malawi24 has established that Nomads’ trustee Rashid Gaffar did everything in his power to stop the giant striker from joining Bullets but the player made it clear that his hear was at Bullets.
The forward had entered into the last six months of his contract with Blantyre United which allowed him to open negotiations elsewhere, and in turn signed a pre-contract with the league champions.
Bullets are also in talks with Civo Service United for the services of defensive duo of John Lanjesi and Emmanuel Zoya and according to information at hand, the two parties are set to hold final discussions over the weekend.