The Bulawayo-based former Warriors captain was reported to be on the verge of joining Dynamos who are participating in the African Champions League.
But the former Coventry City, Sheffield United and Mamelodi Sundowns ace yesterday said he was still to make up his mind over the matter.
“ The truth will only come from Peter,” Ndlovu said.
Dynamos also confirmed that they are yet to approach former Warriors’ captain. Dynamos want to clinch a deal with Ndlovu so that they register him for the 2011 Confederation of African (Caf) Champions League.
The Glamour Boys yesterday revealed to NewsDay Sport that they had vacancies for five strikers for the continental campaign and the iconic Ndlovu was one of their targets but they were yet to speak to his agents.
Reports at the weekend suggested that DeMbare would be including the tearaway striker in their squad and quoted Dynamos’ chairman Farai Munetsi, saying the former Highlanders’ forward would be in Harare today to finalise the deal. Munetsi yesterday said the club had been given until January 15 to register all their players for the Champions League and Ndlovu was one of their targets.
“We are waiting for his agent who is out of the country and will be back on Monday. We cannot approach him (Ndlovu) directly. We are targeting him as we have a January 15 deadline to register our players. We are not going to jump the gun and register him. His agent is coming tomorrow,” Munetsi said.
In December 2009, Dynamos courted the ire of various Premier Soccer League clubs when they registered their players for the Champions League without their knowledge.
Dynamos registered the Highlanders’ duo of Zephania Ngodzo and Stephen Alimenda without the consent of the Bulawayo giants, hoping to open negotiations later but failed in their quest.
Alimenda instead joined Caps United and efforts to engage Ngodzo were futile as the Bulawayo giants’ asking price was not within the reach for the Glamour Boys. Also clandestinely registered by Dynamos was Hwange’s striker Farai Vimisayi, who took part in the Champions League for Dynamos.
Hwange and Dynamos entered into a gentleman’s agreement for Vimisayi to participate in the Champions’ League but the deal for the Harare giants to put pen to paper with the coal miners fell through.
Dynamos also registered former Caps United captain Ashley Rambanapasi for their campaign without the Green Machine’s knowledge.