Former Dynamos goalkeeper Tatenda Mkuruva reportedly made an unobserved move to the U.S from Zambian side Buildcon FC and is even now captaining his side Michigan Stars.

The 23-year-old, who at some point was the Warriors first choice goalkeeper and even played for Zimbabwe at AFCON 2017, reportedly made the move in March.

Michigan Stars play in the National Premier Soccer League (NPSL) which is the fourth tier league, behind the Major Soccer League (MSL) the USL Championship (USLC) and the USL League One (USL1).

According to The Standard, Mukuruva has even been given the armband at his team due to good perfomances and exemplary behaviour.