Flames robust winger Micium Mhone has hi t gold in South Africa where he is expected to sign a two-year multi-million kwacha deal as he concludes his move to Jomo Cosmos.
The South Africa Premier Soccer League side has offered him a deal worth K7 million signing on fee and about K1.7 million monthly salary.
The Blue Eagles player, who has since returned to South Africa, could not deny or confirm the amount, but only acknowledged that he had been offered a lucrative deal and promised to comment on the package once the transfer is sealed.
“The only thing I can say now is that I have been offered a very good package,” he said.
“I will be able to talk more on the details once I have actually signed the deal after everything is finalised.”
Mighty Be Forward Wanderers forward, Muhammad Sulumba has also been offered an enviable contract.
However, unlike Mhone, who has been given a green light by his employers, Sulumba’s future is in the hands of his original club Blantyre United.
United, who loaned the player to the Nomads, have not yet agreed on the transfer fee for the player.
The club’s owner, Lawson Nakoma said they were still discussing the issue with Jomo Cosmos.
“We made an offer and they are yet to come back to us. We are still discussing with them,” Nakoma said on Monday.
Sulumba and Mhone were spotted at the recent Cosafa Cup where Malawi, despite failing to win the main cup, came back home with a Plate after defeating South Africa in the semi-final and Zambia in the final.
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