Zimbabwean winger Edmore Chirambadare has shown up for an appraisal and isn't the solitary player searching for work at Vhadau Vha Damani.
Any semblance of ex-Black Leopards sturdy Ivan Mahangwahaya and previous Mamelodi Sundowns adolescent Katlego Otladisa are additionally supposed to be attempting their karma in Limpopo.
"Indeed, Ivan Mahwangahaya is here, Chirambadare, Katlego Otladisa, those are the solitary players under evaluation," a source uncovers to KickOff.com.
The 21-year-old has been struggling to make an impact at Matsatsantsa, which also forced him to be loaned out to Maccabi FC in the GladAfrica Championship in 2019.
Chirambadare last played for Real Kings in the GladAfrica Championship where he highlighted multiple times on the whole rivalries and scored three objectives. Ever since his return he has been struggling to get minutes with the Tshwane giants, who are already blessed with many talented youngsters.
Last season Mahwangahaya was with Baroka yet shown up altogether rivalries.
Tshakhuma Tsha Madzivhandila are assessing a former Kaizer Chiefs flop and ex-Mamelodi Sundowns youngster.
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