Nyasa Big Bullets football club striker Zicco Mkanda says he is ready to negotiate with the club over a possible contract extension as he wants to stay put at the club.
Mkanda signed a one year contract with Bullets in March 2020 after being released by Be Forward Wanderers and has not played a match for the club as football was suspended in March this year due to coronavirus and come September he will be open to negotiating with other clubs.
“I want to respect the contract I signed with Bullets and if anything I want to negotiate with the club on a further contract extension as I still want to stay at the club,” he said.
Responding to the Mkanda’s sentiments, Nyasa Big Bullets football club administrative officer Albert Chigoga said, “We need to do things in good time as the coronavirus pandemic disturbed a lot of things. The contract the players signed are running but the football season has not yet started. In this case, Mkanda can be a free agent after six months of his contract and can be free to negotiate deals with other clubs,” said Chigoga.
Football Association of Malawi (FAM) is planning to kick off the 2020/21 season in August this year and the FA said it will guide all super league clubs on the way forward of a contract with the time gone without playing football.
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