A Tanzanian football team Simba SC is reportedly eager to splash a $20 000 monthly pay on Warriors coach Calisto Pasuwa.
Pasuwu is currently on an estimated $7 000 pay cheque.
A delegation from the club is expected next week, for a second attempt to try and snatch former Dynamos coach.
“They are coming for Pasuwa again because they believe he is the best man for the job and they are even coming with an improved offer to try and tempt him to join them,
“The improved offer will see them dangling a salary of between $15 000 and $20 000 per month for Pasuwa, a fully paid for four-bedroom apartment, brand new car and his children can also expect to have all their education, at private schools, paid for by the club.
“It’s a tempting offer and they believe that this time the package will be too much for Pasuwa to resist.”
Currently, Simba SC are under the guidance of Ugandan coach Jackson Manyanja. They have invested heavily in foreigners, who include Zimbabwean midfielder Justice Majabvi, and players from Cote d’Ivoire, Burundi and Uganda.
Simba are reported to be targeting six Tanzanian players, with four having already confirmed their move, while the foreign cast could include TP Mazembe defender Janvier Besala Bokungu of the DRC and Cote d’Ivoire forward, Blagnon Frederick, of Africa Sports.