Emmanuel Mandiranga is reportedly in South Africa undergoing trials at National First Division side Real Kings.

The 22-year-old is seeking a transfer after being frustrated by Dembare who are owing him more than $8 000 in signing-on fees and outstanding bonuses. His move to South Africa was initiated by his South African manager, Michael Ngobeni, who is also the chief executive of Johannesburg-based MSport Management.

“I arrived in South Africa at the weekend and I’m having trials at Real Kings who are based at Hammarsdale just outside Durban,’’ Mandiranga told the Herald.

“My manager Michael Ngobeni brought me here to try my luck at Real Kings and I hope I’ll make the grade because it has always been my dream to play professional football outside Zimbabwe.”

Crippling financial challenges and a culture of making false promises have reduced Dynamos into an unpopular destination for local football players. Several player players are owed huge amounts of money including the of former captain Ocean Mushure. Cameroonian Christian Epoupa has since dragged the club to FIFA in his bid to recover dues amounting to US$16 000.

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