The transfer saga involving Blue Eagles midfielder Vitumbiko Kumwenda moving to Blue Forward Wanderers appear to have been resolved for the Nomads camp released images of the player donning the club’s colours and putting a pen to paper.
Transfer negotiations between the Nomads and the Police Headquarters team broke down when the two teams failed to agree on the player’s valuation and Eagles said the player would not move.
The player then wrote a resignation letter to his club and Wanderers and offered him a contract as a free agent.
"We wanted the player and after seeing that he is a free agent we took advantage to bring him to our club and I can confirm today that he has agreed to join Wanderers,” Wanderers General Secretary, Victor maunder said.
Kumwenda, who joined Eagles from Kabwafu football club from Mzimba, is expected to fill the void left by Francisco Madinga who was sold to Georgia for Ghori FC in January.
Maunde said he expects the player to bring stability to the Nomads midfield in the 2020 season.
The player himself said he delighted to have joined one of the best club sides in Malawi.
“I am really looking forward to help the club as I will work hard to repay the faith Wanderers has shown me by signing me to play here," he said.