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Miracle Gabeya passes trials

After failing to clinch a deal with South African Absa Premier Soccer League (PSL) giants, Kaizer Chiefs, Nyasa Big Bullets defender, Miracle Gabeya, has reportedly been offered a two-year deal at Highlands Park.

Chiefs released Gabeya last week after he failed to impress during trials, but Highlands gave him another chance.

Bullets’ interim General Secretary, Grivin Kalozeni, on Tuesday said they would not stand in the way of Gabeya, who is reportedly still contracted to the Blantyre side.

“It is true that Gabeya will soon be a Highlands’ Park player, but we cannot disclose how much we are selling him because they just sent an e-mail saying he had passed the trials. We cannot say that we will sell Gabeya at K20 million or K2 million. We try to set a good price for him,” Kalozeni explained.

Meanwhile, Football Association of Malawi’s Transfer Matching System Manager, Casper Jangale, has said the international transfer window closed last midnight.

Jangale said, so far, he had cleared Chiukepo Msowoya from Bullets to Golden Arrows of South Africa, Richard Mbulu of Mafco and Nelson Kangunje of Civo United to Costal do Sol in Mozambique.

Jangale said Gabeya’s transfer will depend on the agreement between Bullets and Highlands.

“The international market was not busy this year due to lack of intermediaries or agents for our players. We want to advise players and teams to be careful when dealing with international transfers as some agents are so clever,” Jangale said.

Bullets are likely to lose three key players to foreign teams as reports indicate that goalkeeper, Ernest Kakhobwe, is on the verge of signing for Mozambican side, Chingale FC.

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