Wits consider foreign options
Posted: 1 July 2014 Time: 11:53
Bidvest Wits may reshuffle their foreign quota in the coming weeks by possibly loaning out young duo Robin Ngalande and Denver Mukamba following the signing of Zambian forward Chris Katongo.
Katongo arrives at Wits after a brief stint with Golden Arrows joining another veteran at the entrance door in Namibian striker Henrico Botes.
With both Malawian striker Ngalande and Zimbabwean midfielder Mukamba having battled for game-time last season the club is weighing up options of shipping either one or both of them out to open up foreign space on their roster.
“It is early days for now and for now there is nothing but I think over the next few days I will have news there (regarding Ngalande and Mukamba),” says Jose Ferreira, the Wits CEO.
Wits already have Burundian midfielder Papy Faty and Getaneh Kebede of Ethiopia taking up the other foreign spots at the club.
The club has also confirmed that Zambian midfielder Evans Musonda is due to arrive on trials this week. Musonda is currently turning out for Red Arrows in his homeland.