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Jaure set for Turkey trials



Dynamos are set to lose a good number of players at the start of the season as the double winning team has players who have attracted interest either in South Africa or Europe.

Starlet Denver Mukamba has already been on trial with Bidvest Wits in South Africa, while another player, who has received a request for trials in Europe, is defender Partson Jaure.

Jaure is expected to leave for Europe where he will go for trials, which has been confirmed by Dynamos chairman Kenny Mubaiwa, who told supersport.com that the player will actually be going to Turkey first.

Mubaiwa said that they cannot divulge which team he will be travelling to right now until everything is finalised.

“Yes Partson is going for trials and we are wishing him all the best. We know he is a very good player and from my point of view I know he can make it,” he said. “It is just a matter of time before we can say which team he is going to in Turkey,” Mubaiwa concluded.

DeMbare claimed a second successive double this term, having lifted the Castle Lager League title ahead of Highlanders on goal difference before claiming the Mbada Diamonds Cup.



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