Rusike completes Chiefs move

HARARE - Zimbabwean forward Matthew Rusike has concluded his move to Kaizer Chiefs.

It is believed that the striker has joined the club after having agreed to a three-year deal during the transfer window.

The former Jomo Cosmos player has been linked with a move to Naturena for several weeks and after having agreed to personal terms, the move was put on hold after Cosmos failed to hand him his release with club indicating that the 22-year was still contracted to the team.

Rusike has been training with the Chiefs squad under coach Stuart Baxter while trying to sort the issue out in what has been a frustrating process.

After lodging a case with the PSL’s Dispute Resolution Committee (DRC) due to a disagreement between him and his former club, Cosmos, it was thought that he would have to wait until September 18 before receiving a verdict.

However, Siya crew sources have now revealed that Rusike has received his clearance and will be turning out for the Amakhosi this season.

The Naturena-based side are expected to officially announce Rusike as Chiefs player within the near future. — Soca Laduma

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