Bulawayo Chiefs will not stand in the way of any player who wants to leave the club, coach Garthly Chipuka has revealed.
Several first team players have been linked with moves to fellow Premiership sides during this mid-season transfer window.
Chiefs’ situation is made worse by the fact that most clubs are aware players are owed substantial amounts and they are trying to get them on a bargain.
According to The Chronicle, Chipuka said: “It’s true several of our players are being chased by some Premiership clubs.
“Given our financial situation, it will be difficult for us to compete with clubs chasing our players.
“At the same time it will be difficult to find new players and integrate them into the team, but either way we will have to soldier on and try to work with what we have.”
The Premiership debutants have already lost first choice goalkeeper Kelvin Nyoni, who joined Bulawayo City. City are planning another raid on Chiefs, as they are reportedly interested in the services of former Bantu Rovers wingback, Shadreck Nyahwa.