By Nganati Wa Nganati

FCB Nyasa Big Bullets were the first team to agree personal terms with the striker, Christopher Gototo before Silver Strikers outsmart them to sign the player.

The Central Bankers have signed Gototo from Blue Eagles and the player will be at Area 47 based side until 2027 after signing a three-year contract.

However, Bullets’ offer was short of Eagles demands as the Cops were demanding MK6 Million for the transfer of the player.

The People’s Team tabled a transfer fee of MK3 Million arguing that Gototo was still in developmental stages and it would take time for him to be considered as a starter in the team.

Silver Strikers out-offered Bullets in both personal terms and transfer fees. The Central Bankers tabled MK5.5 Million and Eagles couldn’t refuse to cash in for the player who joined them in the mid-season of 2022.

Silver Strikers Chief Executive Officer, Patrick Chimimba said the deal will be made official in a few days time.

“We should finalize everything before making the announcement. We have agreed the personal terms with the player and the transfer fee with the team,” he said.

Gototo is expected to pocket MK4 Million for signing-on fees and a salary of MK350, 000 monthly.

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