Nyasa Big Bullets are willing to sign back their attacking midfielder, Mike Mkwate from the South African second tie side, Polokwane City as the team is preparing to take part in the 2022-23 TotalEnergies Caf Champions League.
The talented midfielder who joined Polokwane last year sealed a three-year deal but has not been playing regularly for his team.
The peoples team Chief Executive Officer, Suzgo Nyirenda has confirmed their interest saying they are willing to a reunion with the former Wizard FC midfielder.
He said, “We have been monitoring his situation at Polokwane. Our discussions are based on whether to get the player on loan for the rest of the season on outright buying. In the next few days, we will have the direction of the deal.”
Football pundit Frank Chakanga instructed Mkwate to trudge carefully on his possible return to Bullets.
“The suggestion for Bullets deciding to take him back may be looked at two angles. How much is he getting at Polokwane as compared to what Bullets was offering him then?
“If Polokwane is paying more, then he better stay there, bearing in mind that footballing is a short term career, hence he can make some investment out of a higher package from Polokwane,” Chakanga said.
Polokwane signed three players from Malawi namely Mike Mkwate, Dennis Chemebezi, and Khuda Muyaba. Meanwhile, Dennis Chembezi was released last month.
On other targets, the tnm Super League champions and leaders say they are waiting for directives from their head coach Kalisto Pasuwa as they are looking to defend the title.
“If there is a need to beef up the squad, the coach will guide us accordingly, ” said Nyasa Big Bullets Chief Administration Officer, Albert Chigoga.