The January football transfer window is upon us and it does not get as exciting as this one.
Former Mamelodi Sundowns striker Nyasha Mushekwi is currently in the form of his life in China.
Mushekwi has been scoring crucial goals for promotion-chasing China League One side Zhejiang Professional and he has now attracted the attention of his former Swedish club Djurgårdens.
According to renowned football publication KickOff magazine, Djurgårdens are interested in taking Mushekwi back on board.
Mushekwi previously enjoyed a six-month loan deal with Swedish giants Djurgårdens in 2015, where he netted 12 times in 21 appearances, and his former employers have now confirmed their interest in bringing him back for a second spell.
It is hard to imagine that the former Zimbabwe national team player is 34 as he has greatly matured like fine wine.
Mushekwi started off his sports career as a basketball player but then fell in love with football.
He played for Caps United before crossing the Limpopo were he turned out for Mamelodi Sundowns.
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