HARARE City striker Tino Kadewere has chosen Swedish top-flight club Djurgårdens after completing another two-week trial stint with French League 2 side Sochaux.
Kadewere flew back to Sweden yesterday as negotiations with his club for his transfer begin.
The player’s manager, Gibson Mahachi, said yesterday they had decided that the Young Warriors forward joins Djurgardens over Sochaux.
“As you are aware he has been on trials in France after undergoing trials in Sweden. We have been weighing options and have decided that we open negotiations with Djurgardens. Now negotiations have started with Djurgardens and he should join them once we agree,” said Mahachi.
“The transfer window in Sweden closes early so we have started to negotiate with the club.”
The 19-year-old Kadewere is now set to join fellow countryman Nyasha Mushekwi who turns out for the Swedish club and has already scored 11 goals in the campaign so far.
Should he sign for Djurgårdens, he will be the third player in Sweden after Mushekwi and Archford Gutu, who is at another top-flight club Kalmar FF, but currently away on loan at second tier club Varnamo.