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WARRIORS defender Felix Chindungwe has emerged as a shock target for Dynamos after the Zimbabwe champions were ditched by Gift Bello last week.

Bello left the Harare side to join FC Platinum on a two-year deal after Dynamos failed to pay him singing on fees reported to be around $3000.

Bello had been registered for the Champions League and that is now a lot wasted as Dynamos, even if they sign Chindungwe, cannot register him until the mini-league phase of the tournament.

Chindungwe returned home on Monday with the rest of the Warriors team from the CHAN finals and it is suspected coach Callisto Pasuwa, who is also national team assistant coach, spoke to the Chicken Inn defender while in South Africa.

On Tuesday, Chindungwe said he was still weighing his options, but confirmed that Dynamos, Highlanders and Triangle were after his services.

"I am still weighing my options, but the three teams are after me," he said.

Chicken Inn boss Joey Antipas said the player was still in his plans, just a day after he turned down Danny Phiri's proposed move to city neighbours Highlanders.

Dynamos resumed training in preparation for Sunday's Champions League tie against Mochudi Centre Chiefs on Wednesday behind closed doors.

Team manager Richard Chihoro said they will be open to the media on Thursday.

The match has been moved to the National Sports Stadium after Dynamos decried the exorbitant charges by Harare City Council, who own the match venue, hooligans who cost them more than $78 000 in fines last season and the poor state of the pitch.

The players had been given a two-day break following back to back friendlies over the weekend where they beat Black Rhinos 2-1 and drew 0-0 against How Mine.

Joining them at Wednesday's session was the CHAN crew of new signings Masimba Mambare and Themba Ndlovu, Tawanda Muparati, Simba Sithole, George Chigova and Oscar Machapa.

Other new signings at Dynamos are Walter Mukanga and former Monomotapa star midfielder Ronald Chitiyo.

Mambare crossed the great divide from Highlanders at the end of last season, while Ndlovu arrived from Buffaloes.


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