In-demand Mhango set to sign with DStv Prem competitor.
AmaZulu FC, a team playing in the DStv Premiership, is rumored to have made a bold move by grabbing the signature of Orlando Pirates attacker Gabadinho Mhango. This move is thought to be a statement of purpose.
In addition, Usuthu are close to signing attacker Ishmael Wadi from GladAfrica Championship club JDR Stars to bolster their striking department in preparation for the upcoming season. Wadi previously played for JDR Stars.
Wadi, who hails from Zimbabwe and plays for the Tshwane club, has nine goals to his name so far this season.
In the meantime, it has been a challenging season for the Malawian international player Mhango, who has found himself out of favor with the Buccaneers as a result of multiple documented infractions of team policy.
According to a source with knowledge of the situation, Pirates and Usuthu have concluded all of the necessary steps to complete the transfer that would result in Mhango playing for AmaZulu in the upcoming campaign.
It is anticipated that both teams will make an official announcement on the trade in due time.
A member of the club who has knowledge of the situation tells KickOff, "Yes, I can confirm that Gabadinho Mhango is going to AmaZulu."
Ishmael Wadi, previously of JDR Stars, will also be joining the club.
In response to a request for confirmation, the president of AmaZulu FC, Sandile Zungu, stated that it was still too soon after the conclusion of the season to comment on any incoming or exiting players for the team.
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