Nkhata gets green light to move to Ea Lla Koto

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Confirming this, CAPS FC chairman Erasmus Chindove revealed that his executive had agreed to the move.

“Kingston still has a running contract with us but we have said we will not stand in the way if he wants to move to a team outside Zimbabwe.

“This is why we have given him the blessings to go to South Africa for trials with Free States Stars.”

Chindove added that Nkhata only has permission to try out at Ea Lla Koto as they had also received offers for Nkhata from Europe.

“There have been some inquiries on the player from Europe although I cannot mention the names of the clubs at the moment because nothing concrete has been reached.”

Kick Off.com reported earlier that Malawian coach Kinnah Phiri was impressed by Nkhata during earlier trials at the PSL outfit.

“I know Kingston is a good striker, but at the moment I am looking at whether he can fit into our playing system before I make a decision on whether to sign him or not,” Phiri added.