Zesco to pay Mbombo K17,000 per month
Zambian Champions Zesco United have signed Congolese born striker Idris Mbombo on a season loan from promoted side Kabwe Warriors.
According to statement released by the Kabwe side, it says that Mbombo was offered a staggering amount he couldn’t resist by Zesco.
“Zesco offered to be paying him a K17,000/month against the K10,000 we offered him in the new contract.
The offer from Zesco will see Mbombo be one of highest paid player in the Zambian league alongside Kenyan striker Kelly Jacobs who is on the books of Nkana.
Mbombo scored 23 goals last season as he fired Warriors back to the Super League. The hitman is expected to be Zesco United’s main striker after the Ndola side sold Jackson Mwanza to a Thai side while Winstone Kalengo expected to move abroad.
Zesco United will be playing in the CAF Champions League next year and have a preliminary round match against a side from South Sudan.
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