AFTER the 2016 season, on-fire forward Leonard Tsipa is leaving CAPS United.
The veteran striker is on demand and he will be leaving the country for greener pastures, according to his handlers.
An internal source said Tsipa won’t need trials to join the club and he will be leaving after the season.
“He is leaving for greener pastures. A high profile club has been monitoring him so far and they are interested in his services.
“They know his story, his age and how he has immensely contributed to his club so far. For them age is nothing but a number.
“They know about his resurgence after a few years on the sidelines and his return to top flight action,” he said.
Tsipa, who won the league in 2006 is the Castle Lager Premiership top goal scorer with 10 goals under his belt.
Teammates, Dominic Chungwa scored half of Tsipa’s goals whilst Simba Nhivi has four.
Despite suffering troubling ankle and back injuries, Tsipa has been instrumental in Makepekepe’s fine run together with players like Ronald Pfumbidzai, Devon Chafa and Hardlife Zvirekwi for the better part of the season.
The Lloyd Chitembwe-coached side has not known any other position outside top three throughout the season so far.
With five games to go, The Green Machine is trialing FC Platinum by a point.
CAPS United’s remaining games are against Border Striker, Dynamos, Harare City, Ngezi Platinum and Chapungu.