Malawi national team midfielder, Joseph Kamwendo may soon in roll in South Africa Absa Premier Soccer League (PSL) following interest from newly-promoted Highlands Park.
According to South African online football magazine, Soccer Laduma, has reported that Highlands coach, Alan Freese, was impressed with the performance of the Mozambique-based player at the recent Cosafa Castle Cup in Namibia.
“It will all depend on what they want and if Highlands Park will afford it. They are looking for $40,000 (K28 million) and that is what they think he deserves but he could be moving to the PSL.”
“But the team owner [Rafik Sidat] is unlikely to sell him as he wants him to play this season. Of course, if there is a big offer, they will likely sell him,” the source said.
Kamwendo has comfirmed the development as he disclosed in a telephone interview from Maputo.
“They are talking to my bosses. So let us wait and see what the South African club will agree with my team here. I feel like a 17-year-old. To me age is just but a number. It was not easy to play at TP Mazembe, but the experience I got there has been handy to me,” said Kamwendo.
Kamwendo has 54 PSL appearances to his name, having played for Vasco Da Gama and Orlando Pirates.