Anderlecht, the Belgian powerhouse, have revealed that Musona, 31, has left the club prior of the 2021/22 campaign to join newly promoted Saudi Professional League side Al-Tai.On Monday evening, Anderlecht revealed on their webpage that Knowledge Musona will play for Al-Tai FC upcoming campaign.
Musona arrived in 2019 from Oostende. He spent the previous year as well half on loan to KAS Eupen, wherein he appeared in 33 games in all competitions nine goals. Now he joins Al-Tai FC, a Saudi Arabian club that was recently promoted from the MBS League. Even though this came like good news to him, but for the South African giants Kaizer Chiefs it's bad news because they wanted Knowledge Musona service.
"Sporting truly wish Knowledge further success in his profession. Knowledge, best of luck."
The Zimbabwean international's departure to the Middle East brings an end to speculation that he would rather return to South Africa following campaign, where Orlando Pirates, Mamelodi Sundowns, as well as his previous side Chiefs have all been rumored to really be intrigued.
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