Former Malawi national football team and Be Forward wanderers striker Peter Wadabwa is expected back in the country after failing to extend his contract with a Mozambican premier league side Desportivo de Maputo and has shown interest to rejoin Wanderers.
Wadabwa joined Wanderers in 2016 where he played for three years and was part of the squad that helped the nomads win the league in 2017 after 11 years before grabbing an opportunity to play in Mozambique for Desportivo de Maputo.
Speaking in an interview, Wadabwa who once played for Jomo Cosmos, Golden Arrows and Thanda Royal Zulu in South Africa said he will be returning home as his Mozambique club is struggling financially.
“I was playing for Desportivo de Maputo in Mozambique and the club is struggling financially. They even failed to meet my demands last season and we hoped they would find a sponsor this year. So far nothing is showing sponsors will be found hence they will not be able to fulfill my needs again,” said Wadabwa.
The former Silver Strikers hitman hinted he has a wish to rejoin wanderers upon his return back home and will start negotiations with the Lali Lubani side for a possible return.
“I will give Wanderers a chance for negotiations in the first place as my wish is to play for the club as I feel I have unfinished business with them but if they will not need my services then I will look for another club which might need my services,” he said.