Cape Town - Mpumalanga Black Aces have secured the services of SuperSport United's on loan striker Dino Ndlovu on loan.
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Black Aces made the announcement via their official Twitter account on Friday, just hours before the transfer window slams shut for another five months.
Aces tweeted: "Dino Ndlovu has been signed on a 6-month loan from SuperSport (with approval from Haifa)"
Ndlovu will look to slot straight into Clive Barker's starting linuep after failing to secure regular playing time at SuperSport United under both Gordon Igesund and Cavin Johnson.
The striker's parent club, Maccabi Haifa, will still need to ratify the decision but with the transfer publicly announced, it would be unlikely that there would be a hiccup to block this deal.
SuperSport United have signed New Zealand striker, Jeremy Brockie, and Kaizer Chiefs' frontman, Kingston Nkatha, which meant that Ndlovu became surplus to requirements.
The 24-year-old striker has three senior national team caps to his name.