Zambian defender Frankie Musonda’s contract at his current club Raith Rovers football club which plays in the Scottish championship is coming to an end as the season concludes .
The 24 year old center back extended his contract at Rovers until the end of this season and clubs are now lining up to get his signature.
The Zambian is now being linked with a move to Scottish premiership side Motherwell who are said to be monitoring him.
According to Scottish journalist Harve McSony, Motherwell is looking for a defender and among those on their wish list is Frankie who has been impressive through out this season despite suffering injuries.
Other sources have also revealed that the player might extend his contract at Rovers or return to Luton town where he started his career.
No official information has since been unveiled from both ends as Frankie is said to be focused on his current club and his new international career with Zambia.
Frankie switched his international allegiance to Zambia from England this year and since then he has attracted attention from a number of scotia top flight clubs.
He is expected to feature for the Chipolopolo boys in the upcoming AFCON qualifiers subject to FIFA clearance .
He was recently summoned by Chipolopolo coach Aljosa Asanovic for a series of friendlies where he scored a goal to mark his start in the Zambian colors.
In an event that he joins Motherwell, Frankie would become the second Zambian to be signed by a top flight Scottish club after Fashion Sakala who has been electric for Rangers football club were he has so far scored 11 goals across all competitions.