Chipolopolo and Free State Stars goalkeeper Kennedy Mweene has refused to discuss his reported move to Mamelodi Sundowns.
The South African media on Tuesday reported that Mweene, 28 , had joined Sundowns on a three-year deal believed to be around R5 million.
He told journalists in Ndola on Tuesday that he was focusing on Zambia’s preparations for Saturday’s 2014 World Cup qualifier against Sudan.
“I cannot comment because at the moment I am in camp with the national team I have to concentrate. Once I get to South Africa that is when I will be able to concentrate on on that.
“Once I go back (to South Africa) I will be able to confirm anything that has been happening there,” Mweene said.
Sundowns, coached by ex-Bafana Bafana coach Pitso Mosimane, currently have four keepers among them Wayne Sandilands, Glenn Verbauwhede, Thela Ngobeni and Dennis Onyango.