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Mushekwi, Bhasera, Zvasiya linked with Euro moves

[Posted 04 Jul 2013]
[By Brighton Mupangavanhu]
Mushekwi, Bhasera, Zvasiya linked with Euro moves
Zimbabwean players appear to have really attracted interest in Europe during this off-season period, as Nyasha Mushekwi, Onismnor Bhasera and Lincoln Zvasiya now join Ajax Cape Town talisman Khama Billiat in their search for the greener European soccer pastures.

Billiat is currently being assessed by Russina Premier League giants Lokomotiv Moscow in Slovenia, and the results of that trial period which is expected to end tomorrow are expected early next week, if not this weekend.

Now reports from England indicate that Plymouth Argyle Player of the Season during 2012/2013 Bhasera is on his way to Turkey for trials  with that country's topflight Turkcell Super League. Bhasera is said to be joining Elazigspor for a 10-day assessment period.

So strong appears to be the club's interest in the Warriors left back that their coach, according to Bhasera's agent Ralph Nkomo had to pick up the player in England upon his arrival in that country from Johannesburg.

ďThe club will start its pre-season training on 10 July in the
Netherlands and they will pick up Bhasera in England.

The club is
looking for a left-back and want to have a look at him since they donít
know how he plays. Itís unlike in England where he is well known. He was
the best player for Plymouth Argyle in the past season, but we are
looking at what is best for the player,Ē Nkomo revealed this week.

Meanwhile Bhasera's Warriors team mate Lincoln Zvasiya is rumoured to be on his way to Greece. It is predicted that the Kaizer Chiefs defender will go on loan at Greek Super League side OFI Crete for a season. After gaining experience, it is expected that the Zimbabwean will return to Chiefs, the current South African league champions.

Want-away Mamelodi Sundowns striker Nyasha Mushekwi might realise his wish to play in Europe if he impresses on trial at Cercle Brugge of Belgian Pro League. Mushekwi is already on his way to Brussels for his assessment.

Brugge coach is said to have traveled twice to South Africa last season to watch Mushekwi in action, and managed to see the player in action as he scored a brace against Free State Stars in one of the matches the coach watched.

It is believed that Sundowns have already given their valuation of the player to Brugge, signalling that the trial period might only be a formality and negotiations between the Sundowns and the Belgians could be o-going, and Mushekwi might go through a medical examination over the weekend.

If Mushekwi, Bhasera, Zvasiya and Billiat all succeed in finalising their moves to European clubs, that would bring the number of Zimbabwean players who made moves to European clubs to this off-season to five.

Former Russian club Terek Grozny striker Muswenkosi Mguni has already completed a return to Ukrainian topflight club Metalurg Donetsk at the beginning of July.

Warriors key striker Knowledge Musona may also make a move from the German Bundesliga team 1899 Hoffenheim and may go to Netherlands on loan, while a return to re-unite with South African champions Kaizer Chiefs is also being mooted.



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