Triangle United has approached Chicken Inn in regards with midfielder Collins Dhuwa who is on loan at the Low Veld side from the Gamecocks.

According to the Chronicle, the Sugar Boys now want the 26-year old on a permanent deal. The attacking midfielder who joined Chicken Inn in July 2017 from Shabanie Mine played a key role during his first loan spell at United by helping the Lowveld side win the Chibuku Super Cup.

Chicken Inn secretary-general Tawengwa Hara confirmed to the newspaper that Triangle has sent in an inquiry on having Duhwa on a permanent deal.

“Triangle United have inquired about the availability of Collins Duhwa, but a decision is yet to be made. At the moment we are seized with pursuing players that the coaches had identified and we’re happy with the progress we’ve made by securing some of our targets,” said Hara.

The secretary-general also said that they will not stand in the way of Dhuwa should he decide to remain at Triangle.

“It is the technical team that will have to decide whether they need Duhwa back or not. Remember, Chicken Inn FC doesn’t stand on the way of players should they wish to move but that should be done above board,” he added.