Mozambican giants UD Songo have expressed interest in signing Blue Eagles top striker Schumacher Kuwali in January next year.
Kuwali, one of the best attackers in domestic football, spent two years with another Mozambique side Ferroviario de Nampula but returned home last year due to nagging injuries.
But since his recovery, Kuwali has been unstoppable scoring vital goals for Eagles in all competitions this season.
Eagles Chairperson, Alexander Ngwala, said Songo have been monitoring the versatile forward.
“Almost every week, they have been asking for his services. As Eagles, we will not stand in his way and we are ready to release him next year. It will be difficult for us to cling on to him as he can advance his career in Mocambola League because there are opportunities like playing in the Caf Champions League,” he said.
The two clubs have reportedly agreed on a one-year loan deal for the attacker.
Kuwali said he had agreed personal terms with the Mozambican side.
“There were several teams interested in me including my former club Nampula but Songo showed more seriousness so we sealed the deal. I might travel to Mozambique in the first week of January next year,” Kuwali said.
The versatile attacker has netted eight goals in TNM Super League this season.
He has scored three goals in the Fisd Challenge Cup including a brace in a 2-0 victory over Moyale Barracks on Sunday.
At Songo, Kuwali will reunite with compatriots John CJ Banda, Frank Banda and goalkeeper Charles Swini.
But CJ Banda is in the final month of his contract with the Mocambola League giants and could move to South Africa First Division side TS Sporting FC.
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