With two weeks before the start of the new Absa Premier Soccer League (PSL) season in South Africa, the future of Flames attacking midfielder, Robin Ngalande, is uncertain.
The season is expected to kick off on August 23.
However, Ngalande’s contract with Bidvest Wits expired last month and there are indications that the club will not extend his deal.
His South Africa-based agent, Paul Mitchel, yesterday could not guarantee Ngalande’s future at Wits next season.
“We are still looking at some options,” Mitchel said in a brief response.
The former Atletico Madrid Academy player spent last season on loan at Robert Ng’ambi’s Platinum Stars but had limited game-time.
Since returning from Spain, Ngalande has made 28 appearances in the Absa Premiership for Wits, Stars and Ajax Cape Town in three seasons, netting only three goals.
At Stars last season, he only made a single appearance in the league.
Other Malawian players in the PSL have already secured their deals.
Gabadihno Mhango and Gerald Phiri Jnr will play for Wits whereas Limbikani Mzava and Atusaye Nyondo have moved to Golden Arrows and Bloemfontein Celtic respectively.
Micium Mhone is set for his second year in South Africa playing for relegated Jomo Cosmos in the National First Division.
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