Gibson Mahachi, agent for Warriors goalkeeper Bernard Donovan, has officially confirmed substantial interest from foreign clubs eager to secure the talented player’s services. Despite Donovan’s recent contract extension with Chicken Inn in the Castle Lager Premiership, his goalkeeping prowess has caught the attention of overseas teams.
Notable South African top-flight clubs, including SuperSport United and Polokwane City, are among the foreign suitors eyeing Donovan’s skills. This interest sets the stage for potential negotiations in the upcoming January transfer window, with both clubs actively considering making a move for the goalkeeper.
Mahachi shed light on the situation, stating, “Yes, there are inquiries. Everything is still premature. But for now, I can confirm that we extended his contract with Chicken Inn.” While emphasizing the current extension with Chicken Inn, Mahachi noted that inquiries from foreign clubs, especially those in South Africa, add complexity to Donovan’s future.
Mahachi explained that clubs interested in Donovan would need to initiate discussions with Chicken Inn FC. As of now, negotiations are in the early stages, but more concrete developments are anticipated in January, particularly from South African clubs.
The situation highlights Donovan’s rising profile and recognition beyond Zimbabwe’s borders. As the January transfer window approaches, the football community eagerly awaits the outcome of negotiations, questioning whether Donovan’s talents will find a new stage on the international football scene.
The interest from reputable South African clubs adds an intriguing dimension to Donovan’s career, opening up possibilities for an exciting new chapter in his football journey.