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KUDA Mahachi has revealed his interest in joining champions Dynamos ahead of the start of their African Champions League campaign.

The Chicken Inn forward is one of the five players being courted by Dynamos coach Kalisto Pasuwa as he seeks to build a formidable squad for the African safari after a disappointing campaign last season in which they exited the prestigious tournament in the first round.

Mahachi disclosed his intended destination on Facebook.

“Stay strong, life is hard but I believe that there is always a rainbow after every storm. I can’t wait to wear the blue and white. DeMbare destination fulfilled. Tozora boys next year,” he wrote.

The 20 year old was instrumental for Chicken Inn's formidable performance this season and was chosen as one of the eleven soccer stars of the year.

Chicken Inn chairman Lifa Ncube said Bantu Rovers would decide the player's future as his loan deal with them had expired.

“Kuda was on loan from Bantu Rovers and the loan deal with us has expired so it is Bantu Rovers who will decide where he goes,” said Ncube.

Mahachi has also attracted the attention of South African clubs including cash rich Mamelodi Sundowns.

Dynamos are set to start their preparations for the Champions League on Thursday.


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