Absa Premiership

Rusike's Portugal move confirmed

2015-07-01 11:10
Matthew Rusike (Gallo Images)

Cape Town - Matthew Rusike will join Portuguese side CD Nacional Madeira from Kaizer Chiefs, the player’s agent Miguel Paiva has confirmed.

It was well known that Rusike was looking for a move abroad after he did not renew his contract with the Glamour Boys.

It can now be confirmed that the Zimbabwean striker will be playing in the Portuguese Primeira Liga after his agent released a statement, saying:  “Matthew Rusike has signed with CD Nacional Madeira on a two year contract.”

Miguel Paiva also confirmed the news on Twitter by retweeting: “Official: Kaizer Chiefs forward Matthew Rusike has signed a 2-year deal with Nacional. (Via his agent @Migs_Paiva)”

Rusike is set to fly out to Portugal on Friday, July 3.

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