Former Silver Strikers’ forwards, Green Harawa and Chawanangwa Kawonga, have returned home following the expiry of their respective contracts with Mozambican clubs.
The duo soon will decide which team to join in their own home land after playing in Mozambique, Harawa spent a season with Ferroviario de Nampula whereas Kawonga spent two seasons at Chibuto FC.
Kawonga on Sunday said despite several clubs being interested in him in Mozambique, he was willing to play in the TNM Super League next season.
“I am looking at several options. Several teams want to sign me in Mozambique but the level of football is not competitive,” he said.
While Harawa said he was considering a return to Silver.
“Silver approached me to help them in the remaining games of the season, but I am still consulting,” he said.
But Silver General Secretary, Thabo Nyirenda, claimed on Sunday that the two forwards might play for the Bankers next season.
“Green will start training with the team on Tuesday [yesterday]. At the moment, the deal is 99 percent done. He is a good player and his experience will be crucial for the team next season,” Nyirenda said.
Harawa and Kawonga have just followed other Malawian players, Joseph Kamwendo and Chimango Kayira who have also quit Liga Desportivo de Maputo and Costa do Sol, respectively in Mozambique this year.