By Lawrence Trusida Sport Editor
HARARE giants, Dynamos continue to bolster their squad ahead of the resumption of the Premier Soccer League next month.
Issa, younger brother to former Gunners and FC Platinum midfielder, Ali Sadiki has been one of the standout players for the Miracle Boys and is set to bolster the Glamour Boys’ attack.
DeMbare has struggled upfront and their recent signings suggest they are trying to solve the problem, with 33 year old striker Evans Katema retracing his footsteps to Dynamos.
The club has also unveiled 2019 soccer star of the year finalist, Ralph Kawondera, who was with FC Platinum together with full back Brandon Mpofu who crossed the floor from city rivals Caps United.
The former champions are believed to be working on two more signings with the targeted players all being foreigners who play upfront.
With all these signings, the door has also been opened for other players to leave the club with Juan Mutudza one of the players heading for the exit door.
Mutudza is reported to have caught the eye of FC Platinum Coach Norman Mapeza.
The other players set to leave are youngster Tinotenda Chiunye, midfielder Ali Maliselo, David striker Temwanjira and forward Newman Sianchali.
Another club that has struggled for goals, Highlanders have snatched big striker Stanley Ngala from FC Platinum as they look to redress their flaws.
Ngala has been with the defending champions for the past two years and will be a welcome addition to the Mandla Mpofu coached side who are believed to be eying two more attacking players.
City rivals, Bulawayo Chiefs are also making big waves after resigning star winger, Perfect Chikwende, who was with Tanzanian side, Simba FC, having crossed the floor from FC Platinum.
Chiefs had already made statement signings after acquiring the services of strikers Obrey Chirinda from Chicken Inn and veteran Obadiah Tarumbwa, who was with Talen Vison and 19 year old Ghanain Deal Arkorli.
With the league set to resume in mid February, movements are expected especially at Caps United and Harare City who have new coaches.