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Football | Zimbabwe

Dynamos get their man



After some delays in the signing of the Hwange striker Francesco Zikumbawire, Dynamos finally agreed terms with the club for the forward as he will join on a one year loan.

Dynamos wanted to sign the player for three years, but Hwange wanted US$150 000 for his signature. But now the two teams have agreed on a US$20 000 loan deal for the striker.

Hwange secretary Burzil Dube told Supersport.com that he could not reveal all the details about the deal but confirmed that the striker will play for Dynamos this coming season. He said that they are happy that the two teams have finally agreed to let the player join Dynamos.

“What I can say from our side is that Francesco (Zikumbawire) will be playing for Dynamos. We have agreed terms with Dynamos and we hope that this will help the player because I think his mind was set for the move as well,” he said.

“We want to wish the player and the team all the best as they will be playing in the African Champions League as well,” Dube said.

Dynamos may lose some of their top strikers from last season such as Rodreck Mutuma and Simba Sithole who are currently in South Africa for trials at Bloemfontein Celtic and SuperSport United respectively.

They have already lost Soccer Star of the Year Denver Mukamba who has joined BidVest Wits in South Africa.



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