In case you missed some of the biggest news on Soccer24, here is recap of the week’s headlines.

Maritzburg United turned down offers from Kaizer Chiefs for striker Evans Rusike. Read more

The 2018 Castle Lager Premier Soccer League season will kickoff in March. Read more

The Zimbabwe Consolidated Diamond Company (ZCDC) launched the Diamond Super Cup. Read more

Leganes booked their spot in the semi-finals of the Copa del Rey following a victory over Real Madrid. Read more

SuperSport United are considering keeping Kingston Nkhatha until the expiry of his contract. Read more

Harare City rejected Dynamos’ offer for striker William Manondo. Read more

Warriors goalkeeper Donovan Bernard joined Ngezi Platinum on a two-year contract from How Mine. Read more

Arsenal beat Chelsea to reach the League Cup Final: Read more

Midfielder Ronald Chitiyo returned to CAPS United after spending six months in Tunisia. Read more

Wisdom Mutasa ruled out chances of rejoining Dynamos. Read more

Former Ajax Cape Town defender Eric Chipeta joined Saudi Arabian club Al-Raed FC. Read more

The draw for the UEFA Nations League was conducted on Wednesday afternoon. Read more

Shabanie Mine has cleared the air on the issue of the club’s franchise. Read more

Several South African based Zimbabwean players were on fire last weekend during the ABSA Premiership Matchday 18. Read more

Devon Chafa returned to CAPS United after his planned move to Egypt failed. Read more

Zimbabwe Saints directors have stepped up efforts to revive the club. Read more

Manchester United was ranked the club in Deloitte’s annual Money League. Read more

Arsenal completed the signing of Henrikh Mkhitaryan from Manchester United in a swap deal. Read more

Matthew Rusike has resurfaced in Sweden where he is training with GIF Sundsvall. Read more

Goalkeeper Munyaradzi Diya is set to join Caps United from How Mine. Read more

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