Malawi national football team (Flames) vice-captain Elvis Kafoteka has said he would like to terminate his contract with Rwandan Premier League side APR.
The 34-year-old Flames right-back said he would like to leave because of APRâ€™s failure to honour his contract.
“I signed a three-year contract with APR and part of the agreement was I would get $10 000 [about K1.7 million].
“But this is my third season and they have not paid me anything, which means they owe me $30 000 [about K5 million].
Kafoteka, who returned home recently after failing to agree terms with a Thai club, said he is waiting to hear from APR.
He also said he is ready to join a local team if APR accept to release him.
APR general secretary Adolph Kalisa refused to comment on the issue.
“I donâ€™t think I should be commenting on contractual issues in the press. Elvis [Kafoteka] knows the procedure that he is supposed to follow. If he has issues, let him talk to me,” said Kalisa from Rwanda.
Kafoteka has been out of action since last August.