ZESCO United's star midfielder Clatous Chama has his eyes set on a move to South Africa, and is keen to play for one of the Absa Premiership's 'Big Three'.
"Clatous' contract is ending in December, and while he is fully focused on doing well for ZESCO, he will be looking to impress if they draw Mamelodi Sundowns in the Champions League semi-finals so he can show South African teams what he can do," Mukandila told the Siya crew.
"We are targeting a move to South Africa, and we think that he could help a club like Sundowns, Orlando Pirates or Kaizer Chiefs. We're open to listening to any offers from any good side there, and we know that we could have a direct impact whoever he joins.
"He's a Zambian national team player and obviously there is interest elsewhere. Teams in Egypt, as well as the big two clubs in Sudan (Al Hilal and Al Merreikh) have enquired about his availability, but he is very keen to go to SA if a good offer is there."
Al Ahly are believed to be one of the Egyptian teams keeping tabs on the talented midfield man, and it is unlikely that he will be short of options when the time comes for him to move on.