The Tanzanian top flight league is reportedly on the verge of luring Warriors and Dynamos number one goalkeeper, Tatenda Mukuruva, SportBrief can reveal
BY VA GADENI
Mukuruva, who has attracted interests across the continent is a currently plying his trade at Dynamos Football Club as a goalkeeper.
Born on January 4 1996, he became one of the youngest goalkeepers to play both at club and local league level.
The twenty year old footballer represented Zimbabwe’s Young Warriors Under 23 squad against Morocco in November 2014 among other national duty calls that include the 2016 CHAN and COSAFA games.
Mukuruva also featured for the senior national side under the guidance of former Dynamos gaffer, Callisto Pasuwa.
He was part of the history making under 23 side that made history by qualifying for the All Africa Games for the first time since the nation hosted the games in 1995.
Tatenda is also part of the squad that will be representing Zimbabwe in the 2017 Gabon AFCON Finals.
In this year’s campaign of the domestic premiership, Mukuruva has played a total of 18 matches and conceded 11.
No official comment could be obtained from either parties at the time of publishing, would the lucrative deal materializes, Mukuruva could be on his way to the Eastern African country that is proving to be a new home for prominent Zimbabwean nationals among them, Donald Ngoma, Thabani Kamusoko and Method Mwanjali.
Bruce Kangwa penned 3 year deal with Azam FC week ago, whilst Abbas Amidu of CAPS United, and Philip Nhete of Mutare City Rover’s are currently undergoing trial stints in Tanzania.
Francesco Zikumbawire of Harare City left the capital yesterday for Tanzania.
More Details to follow…