James Chamanga has revealed he is most likely to quit Dalian Shide for another Chinese club in the new year.
Chamanga has been at Dalian since 2008 when he joined from South Africa PSL side Moroka Swallows.
“At the moment I am still with Dalian Shide until it is confirmed,” Chamanga told MTNFotball.com
“But I am likely to change a club maybe by the end of the Nations Cup.
“I cannot give a clear picture over what is happening right now because my agent has been calling saying they have been discussing with the other club who are interested in me moving to play with them in China.
“I told them after the Nations Cup would be better.”
Chamanga has played 102 games for Dalian and scored 31 goals since joining them four seasons ago.
Last season was his best to date at Dalian with 11 goals as he finished as the second highest scoring China-based African player behind Nigeria international Peter Utaka, who scored 20 goals.