Dynamos and their Cameroonian striker Christian Epoupa reached an agreement after holding a meeting yesterday.

The Harare giants owe the Cameroonian in excess of $16 000 in signing-on fees and other allowances and the player, under instruction from his manager David Sengwe, has been refusing to play for the team until they pay him at least half of that amount.

But the manager told The Herald that the forward could start playing for the Glamour Boys again.

“We are still to discuss other issues but, at the moment, I can safely say Epoupa is now available for selection if Dynamos make sure he has his work permit,’’ said Sengwe.

“If they successfully apply for the document by Friday, then he could play for them in their next assignment which I understand is on Saturday against ZPC Kariba.

“We will have a meeting tomorrow (today) just to tie some loose ends otherwise it is now done and dusted.”

Dynamos face ZPC Kariba at Nyamhunga stadium in a match-day five fixture.