By Khidhir Kassim
Mahfizul confirmed with FOXSports.my on Friday evening that the player will be unveiled at the Kelana Jaya Sports Complex in Selangor.
"Yes, we will have a press conference tomorrow [Saturday] at 3pm." said Mahfizul.
"All the issues will be addressed then."
The 18-year-old joined Portuguese club Beira-Mar back in May 2012 after a successful trial at the club.
Beira-Mar media officer Luis Viegas confirmed with FOXSports.my on Thursday that they have agreed to let the midfielder play in Malaysia as preparation for the upcoming South-East Asian (SEA) Games: "Yes, we have allowed him to return to Kuala Lumpur.
"He will play in Malaysia for six months.
"It's part of a deal to let him help the Malaysian team." explained Viegas, referring to the national under-23 side.
"We are also in the process of arranging for more Malaysian players to come here.
"I cannot give you any names, we are awaiting Malaysian officials to help further the process."
Viegas was also enthusiastic about Nazmi's developement with the club and said: "It's clear that he has improved alot and we are confident that he will come back to Beira-Mar a stronger player."
One of the key members of the Malaysian side that won the 2011 SEA Games.
When contacted, Harimau Muda coach Ong Kim Swee said: "Nazmi's decision to move back to Kuala Lumpur is dissappointing."
Since the transfer window for Malaysian Super League clubs only open in April, it is thought that Nazmi will be joining the PKNS FC youth team.