In the picture which Madeira posted deliberately on the social media last week, he was seen posing with the Bullets’ winger at the Cross Roads Hotel in Malawi’s capital, Lilongwe.
This was the moment when Sailesi and other Malawi national football team players were in camp preparing for the clash against Chinese based club, Guangzhou R and F.
The post attracted so many comments from the general public as some Wanderers fans put remarks of welcoming the Bullets player to their family.
Former Bullets executive committee chairman, Malinda Chinyama, also put his remark on the post warning Madeira about Sailesi.
“Iwe Steve Samala Mwana wanga ameneyo ( Beware Steve that is my child),” reads Chinyama’s comment.
However, sportsmalawi.com understands that the former Blantyre United player is currently contracted to the peoples team and there are no reports indicating that Bullets officials have authorised Wanderers to start discussions with the wonder kid.
This was the mere opportunity which Madeira had of taking a photo with the Bullets star as he claimed in the caption which reads, “Photo opportunity #Madalitso DI Maria Sailesi,”.