Brian Mwila headed back to the ZSL
Zambia national team striker Brian Mwila is headed back to Zambia barely five months after joining Dikwena.
Social media is buzzing with reports of Mwila going AWOL in South Africa. Platinum Stars Coach Roger de sa that the 24 year old striker just disappeared from South Africa and the Club just heard rumours that he is pushing for a move to Europe .
“He just disappeared and we have never seen him again,” de Sa said.
“He went home for Christmas in Zambia. As far we heard he is looking for a club in Europe,” he added.
A source close to the player has however revealed that the player is likely to join a top Zambian club. According to the source, Mwila wants away from Dikwena due to financial issues at the Club.
” The player is in Zambia may join Zesco or Zanaco. The main issue is money. There hard been a lot of delay in the player getting his salary a situation he is not happy with, ” The source said.
The ZamFoot Crew also understands that big spenders duo Lusaka Dynamos and Buildcon are also interested in the prolific striker.
“A lot of clubs would definately be interested in his services but him being a soldier could be a stumbling block. He can only join these other clubs with permission from Arakan Barracks.
“So if he is coming back to Zambia, then Green Buffaloes will be his first choice,” a ZamFoot Crew source said.
“But for now he needs to sort out his issues with Platinum Stars.
Mwila who was nursing an injury has only made six appearances for Platinum and is yet to score a goal. The Chipolopolo talisman has about 2 years six months left on his contract with Dikwena.
Platinum stars is believed to have paid around $40, 000 transfer fee to Green Buffaloes for his services.
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