The transfer saga involving Lusaka dynamos and Zesco United over striker Chris Mugalu has finally come to an end. This follows a meeting held at the Football house earlier today to resolve the matter.
According to a joint press statement made available to Futaa Zambia, The two parties have agreed that the Congolese striker will continue playing for Lusaka dynamos.
"Lusaka dynamos and Zesco United have today, January 7th reached an amicable agreement regarding the services of the player Mutshimba Kope "Chris" Mugalu.
The player, therefore, continues to play under Lusaka Dynamos," read the joint press statement.
Lusaka dynamos we're represented by Francis Bwalya at the meeting while Joseph Soko represented Zesco.
Mugalu signed a precontract with Zesco United and pocketed 60% of his signing-on fee before deciding to extend his contract at Lusaka dynamos.
Media reports suggest that Mugalu was owed money by Lusaka Dynamos at the time he signed the pre-contract and he was getting frustrated with the status quo at Dynamos. He was however cleared of all his dues by November last year.