Former Orlando Pirates and Kaizer Chiefs striker Tendai Ndoro is close to signing for Highlands Park.
The Zimbabwean hasn’t played a competitive game of football since March, due to the transfer saga that ultimately cost the Urban Warriors their place in the top-flight.
Ndoro has been training with the PSL returnees since he received his clearance from Ajax Cape Town to leave the club in June.
The 30-year-old is said to have impressed Highlands Park coach Owen Da Gama in training, but Da Gama insists he is waiting for clarity from his boss Larry Brookstone on the former Orlando Pirates forward’s situation.
“Ja, no he is a very good player, no doubt about it. As I said to you the entire thing now boils down to the financial situation you know. So that is between management, his agent and then we’ll take it from there.”
Highlands Park has struggled for goals this season and has looked thin upfront, the addition of Ndoro into the ranks would mean Da Gama’s side has a striker who has scored 38 goals in four seasons.
The Lions of the North host Golden Arrows on 16 September 2018 at Makhulong Stadium.
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