DENVER Mukamba flew to South Africa on Sunday for trials with Absa Premiership sides Bidvest Wits and Orlando Pirates, a day after he helped Dynamos win the Mbada Diamonds Cup.
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The Dynamos playmaker — who played a pivotal role in Dynamos’ success story this season — was not part of the squad that trained at Raylton Sports Club yesterday, as he was reported to be sorting out his future with a likely move to a South African club.
His contract with Dynamos is running out on December 31 this year.
The skillful midfielder is hoping to tie down a deal in the January transfer window with either of the teams.
Although no comment from his manager Gibson Mahachi could be obtained, he was reported to be at Wits University where he will be assessed first before another trial stint with Pirates.
Roger de Sa, who invited Mukamba for trials at Wits midyear, is now at Pirates.
Mukamba — who is on loan at Dynamos from DC Academy owned by former Warriors defender Dickson Choto — has been named among the eleven Soccer Stars of the Year.
He was also named Player of the Tournament in the Mbada Diamonds Cup tournament in which he finished as top goalscorer with four goals.
However, should he sign for any of the South African clubs, it will be a blow for Dynamos as they prepare for the Africa Champions League.
DeMbare are set to lose a number of key players with striker Rodreck Mutuma, scorer of a double in the 2-0 defeat of Monomotapa in the Mbada Diamonds Cup final on Saturday, on the verge of joining South African National First Division side Dynamos.
Defender Partson Jaure, who also had an outstanding performance in his debut season for the champions, and industrious midfielder Tawanda Muparati could also attract interest from foreign clubs.