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Three DStv Premiership Clubs Vying For Zimbabwean Striker In The Motsepe Foundation Championship

The transfer market in the South African DStv Premiership is heating up as three clubs express their interest in signing a talented Zimbabwean striker currently playing in the Motsepe Foundation Championship. AmaZulu, Kaizer Chiefs, and Sekhukhune United are preparing to make their move in search of new players for their squads.

The Target

Ishmael Wadi The 30-year-old Ishmael Wadi, who currently plays for JDR Stars in the Motsepe Foundation Championship, has attracted the attention of the top PSL clubs. With an impressive record of 11 goals in 23 matches in the second-tier league, Wadi has showcased his prowess on the field.

Clubs Keen on Signing Wadi

AmaZulu, Kaizer Chiefs, and Sekhukhune United have all shown a keen interest in securing the services of Ishmael Wadi. These clubs are actively seeking to strengthen their squads ahead of the upcoming season and are eyeing players whose contracts are set to expire on June 30.

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Three DStv Premiership Clubs Vying For Zimbabwean Striker In The Motsepe Foundation Championship

Previous Speculations

Interestingly, AmaZulu has been linked with Wadi in the past. Last year, there were rumors of the Zimbabwe international joining AmaZulu, but JDR Stars denied the claims and retained the talented winger.

Kaizer Chiefs, who already have Caleb Bimenyimana and Christian Saile Basomboli in their forward line, are also monitoring Wadi as a potential addition to bolster their attacking options. Sekhukhune United, an emerging PSL club, is also in the race to secure Ishmael Wadi’s signature.

Wadi’s Aspirations for the Future

With 11 goals already under his belt this season in the Motsepe Foundation Championship, Wadi is optimistic about his prospects for the future. He views the current season as highly competitive, which has contributed to his personal growth as a player. Wadi looks forward to the next chapter of his career, hoping that his next destination will be both rewarding and beneficial to his development.

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