Flames captain Limbikani ‘Pupa’ Mzava says he will not extend his contract with South African Premier Soccer League (PSL) side Lomontiville Golden Arrows.
Mzava, whose contract expires at the end of the month, Friday said he is set to part ways with the Durban-based outfit, ending a three-year romance.
Ironically, contracts for his two compatriots Frank ‘Gabadinho’ Mhango and Robert Ng’ambi are also due for expiry at Bidvest Wits and Black Leopards, respectively.
“I am done with Arrows, but I will shed more light regarding my future in due course,” he said.
But Last month, he told Weekend Nation that he was weighing options as there were a number of openings.
“My priority though is to play overseas and I am just working on that. Otherwise, apart from that possibility, my current team [Arrows] has also shown interest to further extend my contract.
“So, I am not in hurry. I will be patient until we wind up the remaining games to determine which option would best suit me,” he said then.
Mzava extended his contract by a year last year after Abafana Bes’thende exercised a one-year option.
He was the most consistent Malawian player in the PSL, having featured in most of the games.
The Flames skipper joined Arrows amid rival interest from Orlando Pirates in 2016 from Mpumalanga Black Aces, having previously played for Bloemfontein Celtic.
Meanwhile, one of South Africa’s leading dailies, Sowetan, reports that Gabadinho is linked with a possible move to fallen South African giants Kaizer Chiefs.
“Chiefs are reportedly chasing the likes of Bidvest Wits duo Gabadinho Mhango, who is out of contract at the end of June and Thabang Monare,” reads part of the report, but Gabadinho himself was not available for comment on Friday.