Epac FC are ready to let go their prized asset Ishmael Thindwa who is the centre of interest among domestic big-name clubs.
Fresh reports have linked the season’s second leading scorer (16 goals) with a move to Blantyre teams such as Big Bullets.
But Epac general secretary Roy Mdechi on Wednesday said there was no official interest in Thindwa who was also being chased by Mozambican side Ferroviaro de Nampula.
“He has a final say on whether he wants to leave. If a team writes us, we agree on the transfer fee and he is willing to go, we will let him do that,” Mdechi said.
On Tuesday, Bullets general secretary Higger Mkandawire refused to indulge on talk about their suggested interest in the towering striker.
Asked about Bullets’ interest in him, Thindwa on Saturday said: “There is a 50-50 chance of my staying put at Epac or leaving. All I can say is that many teams have contacted me.”