There has been an update from Black Leopards about Mwape Musonda, who has been one of the sought-after players during the transfer window, following his exploits during the Absa Premiership last season.
Musonda has been a notable absentee at the club, on their return for pre-season training, amid reported interest in his services.
Leopards are keen on selling the Zambian striker, with the club’s chairman David Thidiela reportedly saying that the 28-year-old has attracted interest from abroad.
“We want to sell Musonda because he has done a good job for us. We want him to join a club that plays in a top league. What more do we need for him?” Thidiela reportedly told Isolezwe.
“Some of the clubs are based overseas and have shown an interest and determination. However, everything regarding his future will be decided in the next few weeks,” the chairman has been quoted as having said.
Musonda scored 16 goals for Leopards last season and finished as the league’s top goalscorer.
Joseph Mhlongo, who has been linked with some of the big clubs in Mzansi’s top-flight, is one of the players back at Leopards for pre-season training.