Babatunde to fill Chester’s gap

Mighty BeForwad Wanderers Football Club have revealed that they have signed Nigerian star Babatunde Adeboye from Masters Security replace the services of Yamikani Chester who has clinched an international deal.

Chester has clinched a three years deal with a club in Czech Republic which has loaned him to another side in United States of America.

Nomads Executive Chairman, Gift Mkandawire, who also downplayed rumors that the signing of Babatunde has been done out of anger in reaction to Bullets move for snatching Precious Sambani from their camp, said the move is meant to feel some gaps existing in the team.

Mkandawire said: “Wanderers has a good number of talented players and the signing of Babatunde is just a matter of filling the gap which has been created by the departure of Yamikani Chester, this has nothing to do with Precious Sambani.”

On Monday, the Nomads announced the signing of the Nigerian, whose contract expired with reigning Carlsberg Cup champions Masters Security, a team he played for the whole of last season.

The Lali Lubani camp has put on table an upfront signing on fee of K7 million.

Babatunde will also be pocketing a monthly salary of K500, 000, rentals for 2-bedroomed house in a safe location, K1, 000 travelling allowance for each day of training and match day, among other offers from the club.

Meanwhile Masters Security General Secretary, Zacharia Nyirenda, has confirmed to the media that the player’s contract has expired but said Be Forward Wanderers are yet to approach them on the move.

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