Blue Eagles are putting fingers crossed on the availability of their versatile attacker, Micium Mhone, whose transfer from South Africa’s Jomo Cosmos has stalled.
Mhone terminated his contract with Cosmos, but his switch back to Eagles was not completed before the closure of the domestic transfer window.
Football Association of Malawi (Fam) Transfer Matching System Manager, Casper Jangale, yesterday confirmed that Mhone’s transfer delayed.
Jangale said the last option was for Fam to seek a special clearance from world football governing body, Fifa.
“As you are aware, the international transfer window closed on March 31 2017. We tried to push for the clearance with the South African Football Association but it failed,” Jangale said, adding that Mhone might have to wait for the next July transfer window.
However, Mhone’s manager, Gabriel Chirwa, said he will wait to hear from Fam on the way forward.
“Actually, I am meeting Mhone today (yesterday) as he was with the national team. We want to see how best we can sort out this issue. I am sure that it will work out and he will play for Blue Eagles,” Chirwa said.
Players such as Simplex Nthala, Chimango Kayira, Ndaziona Chilemba and Robin Ngalande have successfully completed their transfers from foreign clubs to the Super League teams.
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