Visualfoot’s reliable sources confirm that 1º de Agosto has been the major obstacle to Zito Luvumbo’s departure. The 18-year-old young Angolan international is seen as a pearl in military training, a label that has raised high expectations as to the supposed financial fit that the young extreme can bring.
Several European clubs came into contact with the Angolan club to be able to take Zito Luvumbo, on the list there are names like: Manchester City, Stuttgart, Losc Lille, Club Brugge, Anderlect, Real Betis and even the Clube Brasileiro Flamengo.
It is speculated that 1º de Agosto has been not very flexible in letting go of the young Angolan promise, due to the demands considered surreal by the European clubs, which have been very cautious in the economic aspect due to the situation of the pandemic that also affected world football. 1º de Agosto has ignored and avoided contact with many of the interested clubs, thus creating fear in many clubs to present proposals by the young Angolan, since the military formation is taking advantage of these proposals to hold a kind of auction.
It is important to mention that the direction of the military club has the objective of winning the African Champions League, and for this to be possible, it intends to retain its pearl, as it believes that the player is a fundamental piece.