The match against Dynamos could be Madinda Ndlovu’s last game in charge of Highlanders after new reports in Botswana suggested that he will join Gaborone United before the end of this month.

News started filtering in at the start of the week indicating that Madinda has agreed to return to the Botswana Premier League.

However, the gaffer has refused to comment, stating the reported transfer was a false social media claim. Bosso are also yet to issue a statement on the matter.

But if reports coming from Botswana are anything to go by, Madinda’s last supper with Highlanders could be on tomorrow as the PSL action will break after the Match-day 12 games until early July.

According to Mmegi newspaper, Gaborone United director, Nicholas Zakhem said: “He (Ndlovu) has signed as head coach, due in the country before end of June.”

Ndlovu will reportedly earn $4,000 (about P43,000), making him one of the highest paid local coaches.

His contract with Highlanders runs until the end of next season.