Sunday Feb 18, 2018. 12:30
News coming through form Zambia is that Chipolopolo striker Brian Mwila is moving closer to a move back home from South African club Platinum Stars.
The forward left Dikwena in December last year and is set complete his switch to FAZ Super League club Buildcon FC.
Media reports in Zambia reveal that talks to bring Mwila back home to Zambia are at an advanced after dumping Stars less than six months after joining the South African club.
The striker has been training with the ambitious Ndola club, who made their top-flight debut in the 2017 season, since late January.
"On Brian Mwila, yes, talks and negotiations have been going on and it is the wish of the club to have him on our books but further information will be given later," Buildcon spokesperson Martin Musunka told The Times of Zambia.
Mwila failed to make an impression in Rusteburg due to a spate of injuries and is yet to score since joining them from FAZ Super League club Green Buffaloes in August.
The striker made his debut call-up in an away friendly against Gabon on June 4 that ended 0-0 in Libreville and went on to score eight goals in nine matches for his country to end 2017 as Chipolopolo's top scorer of the year. CLICK HERE TO VISIT AFRICAN FOOTBALL ZAMBIA