By Tatenda Kunaka
Harare City’s Tatenda Tavengwa (24) who was hoping to find greener pastures to elevate his football career has decided to stay put at the club, Nhau has learnt.
Tavengwa told Nhau that he was not going anywhere and was training with the club despite being offered another contract.
“I am not going to move anymore, i am training with the team but yet to sign a contract.”
“I’m now focusing on the upcoming season. I want to do better and help my team finish top of Group One,” explained Tavengwa.
Born and bred in Chitungwiza, Tavengwa was on the radar of other top premier league clubs after his contract with the sunshine city boys expired last year.
The former Tsholotsho FC and Bulawayo City player was one of the brightest prospects in the premiership in 2019.
Tavengwa also stood out well at the Chan tournament held in Cameroon earlier this year.
The Premier Soccer League 2021 season is expected to start next month with teams divided into four groups to curb the spread of Covid-19.
Harare City is in Group One which also comprises of Dynamos, Caps United, ZPC Kariba, Yadah and Herentals based in Harare.
The winners of the group are set to qualify for the semi-finals with winners from the other three groups.
The second group will consist of Bulawayo Chiefs, Bulawayo City, Chicken Inn and Highlanders.
The third group will have Manica Diamonds and Tenax, Black Rhinos and Cranborne Bullets.
Lastly, the fourth group will contain FC Platinum, Ngezi Platinum Stars, Triangle United and WhaWha. Nhau/Indaba