Absa Premiership

Leopards willing to sell Mwape Musonda for right price

2019-06-26 13:24
Mwape Musonda
Mwape Musonda (Gallo Images)

Cape Town - Black Leopards boss David Thidiela has confirmed the club want to sell star striker Mwape Musonda to any interested suitors in the Absa Premiership or abroad.

Musonda enjoyed a stellar 2018/19 campaign where he banged in 16 league goals for Lidoda Duvha as the club managed to avoid relegation to the National First Division.

Leopards have returned to pre-season training though the burly striker has not been in attendance as speculation continues to mount as to where his next port of call might be.

Nonetheless, Thidiela says the Zambia international is for sale for the right price.

Speaking to Isolezwe, he said: "We want to sell Musonda because he has done a good job for us.

"We want him to join a club that plays in a top league. What more do we need for him?

"Some of the clubs are based overseas and have shown an interest and determination.

"However, everything regarding his future will be decided in the next few weeks."

 

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