According to officials of Nkana FC, the ‘Bucs’ were prepared to part with $40,000 with the remainder being cleared over a period of two years. “We have misgivings with the Pirates offer to pay the transfer fee in instalments. This is why we have insisted that the deal is not yet finalised,” Ken Mwanza, vice Chairman of Nkana FC was quoted by local media.
They have subsequently informed their South African counterparts to revise their payment plan for the services of the player. Orlando Pirates beat rivals SuperSport United to the signature of the striker following his spectacular performance at the recently held COSAFA U-20 Championship in Botswana where he was adjudged the top scorer and most valuable player.”