Be Forward Wanderers football club general secretary Victor Maunde has said the club has lost interest in signing midfielder Vitumbiko Kumwenda as Blue Eagles is demanding a lot of money to clear the player.
Blue Eagles wants Kumwenda to buy the remaining months of his contract which expires in December 2020 at K3,500,000 which is the initial price they asked the nomads to pay for the services of the player, before he dumped the police headquarters side in March this year in a transfer Football Association of Malawi (FAM) nullified as it had not followed proper transfer procedure.
With the player back at Eagles, he has been told to buy the remaining months of his contract at K3.5 million which Wanderers general secretary Victor Maunde has described as asking too much for the player hence their loss of interest in the midfielder.
“The cost attached to the player has made us to drop the idea of bringing Kumwenda to Wanderers as the amount is too high for a player with less than a year to his contract,” Maunde said.
Be forward wanderers wanted to buy Vitumbiko Kumwenda as a replacement of Francisco Madinga who left the club for Dila Gori FC in Georgia.