Former Warriors striker Matthew Rusike brokered Rafinha’s transfer from PSG to Qatar’s Al Arabi FC.
The 32-year-old is now a player agent following his retirement from playing football two years ago.
The Harare-born’s recent deal, possibly his biggest in his career, was completed on 3 September.
Rafinha, who also played for clubs like Barcelona and Inter Milan, signed a two-year contract with the Qatar Stars League side following his release at PSG.
Rusike took to Twitter to celebrate the successful transfer, saying: “Happy to have assisted the deal for Rafinha from PSG to Arabi in Qatar.”
— Matthew Rusike (@Mattyrusike) September 4, 2022
Rusike, who is based in Sweden, has managed over forty players since venturing into player management over two years ago through partnership with a friend.
Other notable transfers he has facilitated so far include Isak Hien’s move from Swedish top-flight club Djurgården to Serie A side Hellas Verona.
He also brokered Lorenzo Gordinho’s transfer from Bidvest Wits to Danish top-flight side Viborg FF in 2020.