Absa Premiership

Musonda ready to play for Chiefs, Bucs or Downs

2019-02-15 09:10
Mwape Musonda
Mwape Musonda (Gallo Images)

Cape Town - Black Leopards striker Mwape Musonda says he is ready to play for either Kaizer Chiefs, Orlando Pirates or Mamelodi Sundowns should the opportunity arise.

Musonda originally started his career in South Africa's Premiership with Pirates where he struggled to make his mark in 2014/15, having arrived at Bucs from Zanaco.

He then moved to Golden Arrows in 2015/16 where he again did not really have an impact.

However, it has been with Leopards where he has come to life scoring 25 league goals over two seasons in the National First Division.

In addition, he has so far added a further eight in the PSL in 2018/19. As such, the Zambian believes he is ready to play for one of the big three.

The 27-year-old told Kickoff: "I think everyone wants to play for the big three, they are better in all aspects of football, and I don't think anyone would turn down such an offer they came knocking.

"It's to also challenge myself again to say, 'Can I go back and do better this time around?'

"Because now I think I'm ready, compared to when I first arrived three seasons ago."

 

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