The reigning Airtel Top 8 Cup champions, Mighty Mukuru Wanderers, have made a powerful statement in the transfer market with the acquisition of two top-tier players. The Mighty Nomads have secured the services of Flames defender Lawrence Chaziya and Wakawaka Mighty Tigers FC goalkeeper Dalitso Khungwa, bringing their total number of new signings to a impressive five. Both players have signed long-term deals, with Chaziya inking a three-year contract and Khungwa committing for four years.
Chaziya, who previously played in Jordan, is excited to join the blue camp and is looking forward to meeting his new teammates and helping the team to achieve more success. Khungwa, who has experience playing for Mzuni FC and Savenda Chitipa before joining Tigers FC, is also thrilled to be a part of the Mighty Nomads’ winning culture.
The club’s Company Secretary, Chancy Gondwe, announced that they are not done yet as they have one more big signing planned before the start of the new season. The Nomads have also inserted a K16 million buyout clause for Chaziya if he gets an international club within the first year of the contract, showing their confidence in his abilities and potential.
This is a transfer window that the Mighty Mukuru Wanderers are emerging victorious, and these new additions to the squad will only make them stronger and more competitive than ever before.