Warriors goalkeeper, Tatenda Mukuruva, is set to renew contract with Harare giants Dynamos worth an undisclosed fee.
The 21-year-old is out of contract following the expiry of their agreement with Dynamos at the end of last season.
Despite the Warriors disastrous AFCON 2017 campaign, Mukuruva earned the hearts of many with some brilliant individual performances and has been earmarked for a move abroad.
Dynamos team manager, Richard Chihoro, told Soccer24 that the goalkeeper was yet to put pen to paper. However, plans to tie down Mukuruva to another stint at the Harare club are said to be laid in rock.
He hasn’t signed yet. In fact, he hasn’t reported for training yet since his return from CAN 2017. [But] plans are underway to renew his contract. Definitely, we are going to renew his contract – Chihoro.
Dynamos could be under pressure to shake off interest from other clubs and retain their star goalkeeper, with reports suggesting several South African clubs are already lined up for his signature.
Meanwhile, Chihoro also confirmed the transfer of forward, Roderick Mutuma, from Dynamos to Mozambique champions Ferraviaro da Beira on a free transfer.
Yes, we released him. Mutuma is now in Mozambique as a free agent – Chihoro.