Warriors defensive midfielder Justice Majabvi has resurfaced at South African giants Kaizer Chiefs where he is having a 10-day trial with the glamour club.
Majabvi spent two weeks at Bloemfontein Celtic and it appears he was not successful.
He continues club hunting following the expiry of his contract at Austrian club LASK Linz, who were relegated from the Austrian Bundesliga last season.
Majabvi joins another Zimbabwean, Lincoln Zvasiya, for trials at the same club after the FC Platinum defender quietly left the country this week.
Both players started sweating it out with Chiefs on Wednesday morning, with Majabvi joining in from Bloemfontein Celtic where he briefly trained last week.
Majabvi – a defensive midfielder in the mould of compatriot Tinashe Nengomasha – is now a free agent. Zvasiya – who is currently attached to money-rich Zimbabwean club FC Platinum — is an Under-23 international central defender.
He was groomed at the Aces Academy — the very same club that gave birth to former Chiefs striker Knowledge Musona.
The 21-year-old had trials at SuperSport United last year when he was still on loan at Monomotapa before making his move to FC Platinum this year.
He was last week rewarded with his first call-up to the Warriors for the upcoming friendly against Zambia on Wednesday.
Musona has since joined German Bundesliga side Hoffeinhem on a five year-deal and is reportedly going to earn $1,2 million per annum.