Clubs from Zambia and Botswana have reportedly tabled offers for coach Tonderai Ndiraya.

Ndiraya is currently with no team after he was sacked by Ngezi Platinum Stars in October with five games to go while the team was in the race for the title.

According to The Herald, Ndiraya confirmed the news, but refused to name the club which he was about to join for “professional reasons”.

“Yes, that is very true, negotiations had reached an advanced stage, actually, it is not just one club that is interested in my services, I have been receiving calls, but I am yet to make up my mind,” he said.

“I have just left another job, and as a coach, you need to weigh your options before jumping into the next job, so I am still weighing my options.”

Ndiraya guided Ngezi to their first CAF Confederation Cup campaign in 2016 after winning the Chibuku Super Cup, and a year later he finished third behind FC Platinum and Dynamos.



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