SOUTH Africa Absa Premiership side Chippa United are still to pay to Hwange R200 000 following their permanent signing of Warriors defender Eric Chipeta.
Sources in Hwange revealed that after sending banking details to Chippa United and clearing the player to get a work permit in South Africa last month, Chipanganoa��s bank account is indicating otherwise.
a�?Chippa United are yet to pay Hwange after permanently signing Eric Chipeta. The player was cleared just before July so that he could get a work permit which he now has.
a�?Surprisingly, after sending club banking details to South African club, Chippa are yet to own up with R200 000,a�? said the source.
Contacted for comment Hwange media liaison officer Allen Masiya confirmed that the Super Diski side is yet to pay them.
a�?We are still waiting for communication from Chippa United. We sent everything to them including the banking details a longtime ago,a�? said Masiya.
United were promoted into the ABSA Premiership after edging Jomo Cosmos and Milano in the race for a ticket to the Mzansi elite league in June.
The Warriors defender joined Chippa United on a two year contract.
The player had a one year left on his contract with Hwange and his rights are held by Sprouting Academy, whose director Calvin Nyazema manages the player.