TNM Super League giants, Be Forward Wanderers are confident of sealing permanent contracts for on-loan striker, Mohammed Sulumba and defender Ted Sumani from Blantyre United.
Sulumba and Sumani joined Wanderers on a season-long loan deal following United’s relegation from the Super League in 2014.
United technical director, Lawson Nakoma, on Tuesday confirmed that discussions have commenced with Wanderers over the permanent deals of the two players.
“They have written us requesting for a quote. Wanderers want the deal to be permanent,” Nakoma said.
He also said United executive committee will decide on the price this week.
Wanderers’ general secretary, Mike Butao, was on Monday elusive on the issue.
“At the moment, I don’t want to talk more on the issue, but let’s talk next week,” Butao said.
Months ago, Sulumba sealed a move to Jomo Cosmos, but the deal hit a snag after the South African club released him.
Sulumba started his Nomads career on a high note when he was a regular scorer in the early stages of the just-ended season.
His form earned him Flames call-up and was part of the Malawi national team that won the Cosafa Plate Division section.
Muhamad scored six goals in the 2015 TNM Super League and also helped Wanderers reach the Standard Bank Knock-Out Cup final when he netted the winner against Blue Eagles in the semi-final.
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