Former Black Leopards striker Mwape Musonda is back in the country and has attracted interest from local clubs, the Siya crew has been informed.
The former Premiership and National First Division (now GladAfrica Championship) top scorer left Lidoda Duvha at the end of last season, after saving the club from relegation via the play-offs.
He joined United Arab Emirates outfit Hatta Club on a season-long contract but was then loaned out to Saudi Arabian second division outfit Al-Sahel earlier this year.
He struggled to find form abroad and, according to information received by the Siya crew, the big striker is back in the country with the possibility of signing a deal with a DStv Premiership outfit.
The Siya crew has been informed that the player and his representatives are already speaking to clubs, with further details to be revealed in the near future.
Musonda had spells with Orlando Pirates and Golden Arrows, but it was at Leopards where he made his biggest mark, winning the top scorer award in both the second and top tier. The 30-year-old from Mufulira in Zambia saved Leopards from relegation last season, scoring 12 goals in all competitions, including three in as many matches during the end of season play-offs.
The player’s future will be decided in the coming weeks.