Zimbabwe outfit Dynamos has agreed to play Nyasa Big Bullets during the Super League champions’ K500 million (about $680 584) five-year sponsorship launch scheduled for March 5.
Confirming the development on Thursday, Bullets vice-general secretary Kelvin Moyo said the deal is only waiting for Football Association of Malawi (FAM)’s approval.
“If FAM approves the friendly match, then Dynamos will be in the country a day before the launch,” he said.
Moyo, meanwhile, says the club is yet to decide on the venue for the match.
“It is either Lilongwe or Blantyre. We will decide that later after weighing the advantages and disadvantages of the available venues,” he said.
The launch will follow the signing in ceremony of the contract which was held two weeks ago in Blantyre.
Meanwhile, Bullets have unveiled striker Muhammad Sulumba formerly of Blantyre United but was loaned to Be Forward Wanderers FC last season.
The People’s Team chairperson Sam Chilunga, speaking at a press conference in Blantyre yesterday, described the forward as a disciplined and brilliant player.
“We are honoured to have him in our team and we are hopeful that he will help our team to be successful next season,” he said.
Meanwhile, the chairperson said they hope to sign more player in the next two weeks with Civo United defenders Emmanuel Zoya and John Langesi still in the frame.
Bullets courted controversy two weeks ago after unveiling the duo and signing them on pre-contract without the approval of their clubs.
Chilunga said: “We have written Civo expressing our interest and very soon we will meet to negotiate the transfer fees,’ he said. n