After unsuccessful trials with three South African Premiership football clubs namely; Bloemfontein Celtic, Kaizer Chiefs and BidVest Wits, Zimbabwean international midfield maestro Justice Majabvi could be on his way to Australia.
His co-agents Gibson Mahachi and Gavin Mkandla said a top club in Australia had contacted them on Majabvi.
“Recently, Gold Coast United in Australia made inquiries on Justice. We are working hard on it as he is a free agent and we are racing with time as window shopping will be closing soon in some leagues,” said Mkandla.
Majabvi is currently a free agent following the expiry of his contract at Austrian club Lask Linz, who were relegated from the Austrian Bundesliga last season.
Mahachi on Wednesday told NewsDay Sport that at least three teams were closing in on the combative midfielder.
“There are a number of teams who have shown interest in Majabvi. I cannot give away the names of the clubs as yet as that could jeopardise the ongoing negotiations. What I can tell you is that one of the clubs is in North Africa, the other one in South Africa and one in Australia have said they want to have a look at him. We are still in discussions and everything will be clear in the next few days,” said Mahachi.
Majabvi is currently in the country and was on Wednesday spotted at Raylton Sports club, Dynamos’ training ground, fuelling rumours in the capital that the midfielder might make a sensational return to the Harare giants.
But Mahachi and Dynamos have ruled out that move. Reports yesterday strongly linked him with South African Premiership side BidVest Wits.