FROM contract extensions to arrivals and departures, we continue with the concluded and possible transfer activities ahead of the start of the 2015 football season.
Sibanda spotted at How Mine offices
Want away Highlanders attacking midfielder Charles Sibanda did not travel to Zambia where he was reportedly set to sign for Tenant Chilumbaa��s Power Dynamos. Instead Sibanda is around amid revelations he was spotted at How Mine offices early this week.
a�?I wouldna��t know about Charles Sibanda but what I can say we are looking forward to sign four more players. We want three defenders and any good player,a�? said How Mine gaffer Luke Masomere.
Impeccable sources at Highlanders told B Metro Sports that the dreadlocked Sibanda was at the cluba��s offices on Wednesday where he had gone to ask for his clearance letter. Caps Uniteda��s Tapiwa Kumbuyani is also linked with a move to How Mine
Dauda in Turkey trials
Reigning Soccer Star of the Year Dennis Dauda could be on his way to Europe. Dauda, a combative defender who starred for ZPC Kariba in their debut season in the local premiership and has been linked to a number of local clubs and those in South Africa is undergoing trials with Azerbaijan Premier League side Gabala.
Gabala are having their training camp in Turkey and the Azerbaijan media reports that Gabala are looking for a good central defender and will monitor Dauda for a couple of days.
Masuku on Bosso radar
Bantu Rovers young creative midfielder Nqobizitha Masuku is reportedly on the Highlanders radar amid revelations that the Bulawayo giants recently wrote to Tshintsha Guluva expressing their desire for the services of the Zimbabwe youth international.
Masuku (23) has previously attended trials in Germany and Belgium with no success. Bosso are also reportedly pursuing Bantu Roversa�� towering and steady defender Teenage Hadebe. Interestingly, Hadebe was previously deemed excess baggage by Bosso before he had a great 2014 season in the heart of Tshintsha Guluva defence.
Katanha boost for DeMbare, Mutuma demands
Former Warriors striker Newton Katanha is reportedly edging closer to concluding a deal with defending Castle Lager Premier Soccer League champions Dynamos.
Katanha, a former Caps United player who previously played in Germany and Colombia is reportedly one of the many players who showed their faces at DeMbarea��s trials that began on Monday.
However, all seem not to be well in DeMbare camp as we gather that veterans Rodrick Mutuma, Simba Sithole, Tafadzwa Rusike, Devon Chafa and Russell Madamombe are yet to agree terms with DeMbare. Mutuma, the self styled Prince reportedly wants $10 000 to sign for DeMbare and he is said to have asked for a $2 000 monthly salary.
Katsvairo lands at Chicken Inn
Ex-FC Platinum midfielder Mitchell Katsvairo has confirmed his arrival at Chicken Inn.
a�?I signed for Chicken Inn a couple of days ago. I was in talks with other clubs but I am now a Chicken Inn player. I cannot go into detail with regards to what Caps United had offered me,a�? said the player.
The development comes after the Gamecocks wielded the axe on imposing Charles Mutero, Last Chibwiro and Tonderai Charles.
Chicken Inn have also signed Tapiwa Dephistara who was released by Highlanders. Dephistara penned a three-year contract with Bosso mid last year after joining the club from Chiredzi.
Manhanga back at Triangle.
B-Metro Sport has it on good authority that pint-sized Warriors midfielder Pascal Manhanga has gone back to Triangle after a six months stay at Highlanders. On Tuesday, Triangle officially unveiled Zambian gaffer Kelvin Kaindu as their new head coach. Kaindu will be assisted by Biggy Zuze. Following the departure of the cluba��s goalkeepers coach Gift Muzadzi who has since joined Dynamos, Triangle has hired Tembo Chuma as their new goalminders coach. Chuma enjoys a good working relationship with Kaindu.