MPUMALANGA Black Aces striker Tendai Ndoro will attend trials at Barclays Premier Soccer League (PSL) side Crystal Palace later this month, his manager George Deda said yesterday.
Ndoro started playing for the South African Absa Premier Soccer League side in February and immediately made an impact, attracting the attention of several South African clubs as well as Crystal Palace.
The 2013 Zimbabwe PSL golden boot winner scored seven goals from 13 games in South Africa.
Southern Eye Sport spoke to Deda yesterday to find out latest developments on Ndoro’s intended trip to England.
“Ndoro will attend trials at Crystal Palace later this month. The only thing that is left to be finalised is the date and the air ticket,” Deda said.
“I cannot say anything much on that trip until sometime next week. He might also try other clubs there.”
Yesterday, Kickoff reported that former champions Orlando Pirates were eager to sign the Warriors forward.
“Orlando Pirates have stepped up their efforts to sign Mpumalanga Black Aces striker Tendai Ndoro. The Zimbabwean international is hot property after a stellar first few months in the Absa league.
“Pirates are very interested. Ndoro remains their top target for next season,” KickOff.com’s website report said, quoting its sources.
Ndoro is also reported to have also attracted the attention of Mamelodi Sundowns owned by billionaire Patrice Motsepe and SuperSport