Jafali Chande’s move to Mighty Wanderers continues to be riddled with controversy as Big Bullets officials claim they will repay the K2 million the Nomads gave to Chande as his signing on fee.
According to reports, Chande may be heading back to Big Bullets barely a few days after signing a pre contract with rivals Mighty Wanderers.
Big Bullets supporters Chairman Stone Mwamadi was quoted by one of the media houses saying Chande will return to Bullets in the coming few days.
However, the player reportedly told Wanderers to find a house for him so that he should relocate from Chilobwe.
Chande moved to Be Forward Wanderers last week as a free agent after his contract talks with Nyasa Big Bullets broke down as the team refused to meet the player’s demands.
In a related development, Jabulani Linje and Luke Milanzi have denied speculation that they will move to Big Bullets in the ongoing transfer window and the two say they are happy at Wanderers.
“I am a Nomads player and I don’t have any plans to move away from this club and am happy at Wanderers,” said Linje.