If the fast winger leaves the club in the upcoming window, the Msimbazi giants have set their sights on the Zambian players
Simba SC has confirmed that if the club’s winger Luis Miquissone decides to leave after the end of the season, Zambian player Moses Phiri will join.
The Continental Premier League champions are sweating profusely to keep their best players ahead of the new campaign, but the goal It is understood that they have received two offers from Miquissone, and Miquissone has always been one of their key players in this campaign.
Last Wednesday, the club’s board of directors met in Dar es Salaam to discuss various issues, including the transfer window for next season and the strategy to end the season with a loud noise, and then gave the names of the players the team needed.
The board members also discussed offers from European and North African teams, including Egypt’s Al Ahli and Algeria’s CR Belouzidad for Mozambican wingers.
A source who attended the meeting but did not want to be named told the goal, Simba is now keen to listen to Miquissone’s offer, their main goal is to sign Zanaco FC’s Phiri of Zambia.
“At first, Simba’s bosses were firm and wanted to prevent Mikisson from leaving Msimbazi, but after seeing the offer on the table, they decided to change their minds,” the source told the goal.
“Simba has charged a minimum fee of $600,000. While they listened to the club’s opinions, they also began to look for a replacement. His name is Moses. [Phiri], The Red Army has agreed to provide Zanaco with cash and a player on loan.
“We want to get Phiri by giving them Zanaco, money and Perfect to do business [Chikwende] Rent, but if Luis leaves, because we already have money to pay Phiri.
“In addition to the trade between Luis and Ferry, we also started looking for another Guinean player. This player left a deep impression on us, but we cannot reveal his name because we have not yet started working with him, but we Having seen him, we want to hear the opinion of coach Didier Gomez da Rosa.”
Earlier, Simba, through the leadership of the vice chairman of the board of directors Salim Abdallah (Salim Abdallah), said that if his club wants his club to reach the number they set, they are ready to let Mikisson leave.
“If any team needs [Miquissone], They will agree to give us the amount we requested, and then we will release him,” Abdullah told the goal.
Simba is currently approaching to retain the league title and domestic cup championship.