"They would like me to join them as soon as possible and I will try my best to impress them at the trials," [Kamwendo] said.
"[FC Nordsjælland] seem to be reluctant to let me go but I hope in the end they will not stop me from joining FC Copenhagen," Kamwendo said.
Copenhagen's interest to sign the skilful midfielder is not a surprise. They still have fond memories of how the lad cancelled their lead when he scored from almost the half line to equalise during his side's 1-1 draw with the Danish league giants last year.
The goal earned him the best goal scorer award from the Danish Super League sponsor Onside magazine.
Update, January 15th: The Daily Times (Malawi) / Sapao, Kamwendo cut ties
Denmark-based Flames midfielder Joseph Kamwendo, who has been linked with a move to Danish Superliga giants FC Copenhagen, has severed ties with his local agent Felix Ngamanya Sapao.
Kamwendo said in a telephone interview last week that he had engaged a new Danish manager, who was fostering his move to FC Copenhagen.
[Sapao, agent] said he had contacted former Flames coach Kim Splidsboel to find out more about Kamwendo's reported move to FC Copenhagen, but the Danish coach was also not aware of the deal.
When contacted through an e-mail, Splidsdboel confirmed that he was indeed not aware of the Kamwendo's move to FC Copenhagen.
"I haven't heard much about the possibility that Joseph will be moving to FC Copenhagen. The transfer window is still open, so let's wait and see," Splidsboel said.
Danish Kim Splidsboel, former coach of Malawi, recommended Kamwendo for his current club, FC Nordsjælland.