Callisto Pasuwa is set for fresh contract negotiations with Malawian Premiership football champions Nyasa Big Bullets as his current deal expires in January 2021.
Media reports from Malawi indicate that Bullets chief administrator Albert Chigoga is ready to open negotiations with Pasuwa over a new contract. Chigoga is quoted as saying:
All contractual issues will be ably handled in the way the club and the players and officials will be happy in the end. Plans are in place to engage the concerned individuals and agree on an extension of their contracts.
Callisto Pasuwa won his second league trophy with Bullets last December and renewed his stay with the side when he signed a one-year contract earlier this year.
The former Dynamos and Warriors coach is wanted by many foreign clubs, including those in Zambia and South Africa.
Football has been on hold in Malawi for several months due to the coronavirus pandemic and the Malawi government has not yet given the green light for football activities to resume.
Meanwhile, Football Association of Malawi President Walter Nyamilandu has been quoted in the Malawian media insisting that football will return next month.