Absa Premiership

Majabvi seeks a PSL club

2015-05-27 14:09
Justice Majabvi (Supplied)

Cape Town - Zimbabwe international midfielder Justice Majabvi will hope to play in the PSL next season after his agent confirmed their imminent arrival in South Africa.

Majabvi's agent, Benjee Nkhatho, announced the player would touch down in the country within the next two weeks to continue discussions with an anonymous PSL club with a view to joining ahead of next season.

Nkhatho was unwilling to reveal exactly which club they were holding talks with until a more concrete deal was on the table.

"I am bringing Justice Majabvi to South Africa. He is definitely coming," he told Soccer Laduma.

"He should be here by the end of the week. I will be having discussions with one of the top clubs in the PSL.

"In respect of the agreement we have with the club, I prefer not to mention the name of the club at this stage," he concluded.

It is Majabvi's second attempt at securing a place at a South African club after he had a trial with Kaizer Chiefs in 2011 before moving to Khatoco Khanh Hoa in Vietnam.

The midfielder has 27 caps for the Zimbabwe national side and is currently a free agent after being released by Vietnamese club Vicem Hai Phong.

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