Zimbabwe champions Caps United are having issues getting striker Simba Nhivi to sign a contract extension, the player allegedly eyeing a move to Tanzania.
The 26-year-old Nhivi’s deal with the club expired in December last year and although he has been playing in the CAF Champions League, he is not yet registered domestically.
And while the Green Machine claim that the marksman is eyeing a lucrative move to Tanzania, the player’s agent Gibson Mahachi says it’s a matter the two parties coming to an agreement.
“It’s about contractual issues between the player and Caps United. His contract expired and there are issues to be ironed out first,” he told NewsDay.
“The issue has nothing to do with the player attracting interest from anywhere.
Caps chief executive Cuthbert Chitima says however the club has done all it can to try and seal a deal.
“We are just hearing that he (Nhivi) wants to go to Tanzania, but we had agreed with the player on everything. What has been left is just him signing.
“Since January we have been engaging him over this contract.”
Nhivi scored seven league goals last season and has also netted in the 2017 Champions League.