Salima Sugar Company Secretary Charles Thupi confirmed to a local newspaper on Thursday saying “we will give them K60million for the remainder of the season. After that, we will sit down and discuss a new deal.”
On his part, Wanderers FC Chairperson Chancy Gondwe expressed excitement but was quick to say the finer details of the deal will be made public at a later stage.
“We are happy with Salima Sugar and we shall repay them with our performance on the pitch,” said Gondwe.
Meanwhile, Wanderers have registered as a Private Limited Company as the club step towards commercialization.