Former Mighty Mukuru Wanderers attacker, Yamikani Chester has signed a one-year deal with Mozambique side Costa Ddo Sol.
Chester left the country for Maputo, Mozambique but was not on the Nomads offloading list which has raised questions.
“Taika ink pa paper kwa Chaka chimodzi ndikhala ndi Team ya Costa Do sol kuno ku Mozambique together with my two brothers Chikoti and Mbulu I feel at home.
“I always Cherish you Guys have a blessed night and all the best this season.”
The forward refused to extend his stay at Nomads after the club said they could not pay him the K7.5 million that he demanded but later on agreed to what they were offering him.
The club said it was caught off guard as their hit man has officially said he put the pen to paper in with Costa Do Sol.
Nomads spokesperson Clement Stambuli said: “We are surprised with the turn of events because the reason we included Chester on our final [25-member] squad for the 2023 season was based on the agreement we reached. So, on our part, we cannot comment much.”
Chester's manager, Gift Mkandawire, a former Nomads chairperson said: “Yes, we had discussions with Wanderers, but we did not sign a contract, for now that is all I can say.”
Clube de Desportos da Costa do Sol, commonly known as Costa do Sol, is a Mozambican sports club based in Maputo. It is best known for the professional football team playing in Moçambola, the top division in Mozambican football.
Founded in 15 of October 1955, Costa do Sol won its first title in 1979, the Mozambican league, and today is the club with the most titles won since national independence. They are nicknamed canarinhos (little canaries) for their equipment colour.