Mika Makaab has confirmed that veteran striker, Siyabonga Nomvethe, has penned a new contract to remain at Moroka Swallows ahead of a campaign in the NFD.
The player’s agent told Goal that negotiations have finally been completed after the player showed interest in staying at the club instead of pursuing the option of joining PSL side Jomo Cosmos.
“Negotiations have completed with Moroka Swallows and Nomvethe will play for the club in the 2015/16 season,” Makaab told Goal.
“I’m not sure yet about the duration because his matter has been handled by my colleague Alban Newman, who deals with players in the NFD, but it’s probably a one-year deal.”
The veteran striker was a known target of Jomo Cosmos.
The club’s owner and coach, Jomo Sono, had publicly discussed his admiration for the former Kaizer Chiefs and Orlando Pirates striker.
The 37-year-old has, however, taken the decision to help the Dube Birds fight their way back into the PSL.