It has been confirmed that former Mamelodi Sundowns winger Luis Miquissone will leave Simba SC to join a new club, with Kaizer Chiefs and Al Ahly reportedly linked with his signature.
The Tanzanian giants have announced that the Mozambican attacker is set to officially depart the club, with his new team having already agreed his move.
"Simba wishes to inform the public in the current transfer window it received several offers for its players from various clubs across the continent," Simba said in a statement.
"Simba has officially reached an agreement with two foreign clubs over the permanent transfer of two of its players – Clatous (Chama) and Luis (Miquissone).
"Our collective team successes in the CAF Champions League in recent years has opened doors for the duo to be seen abroad.
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"We are extremely grateful to Chama and Luis for their incredible service to the club throughout their time at Simba and we will always treasure the wonderful memories they left us with.
"As they move on to the next chapter of their professional careers, we wish them great success; Chama and Miquissone will forever be part of the Simba family."
According to Goal, Miquissone is close to reuniting with Pitso Mosimane in Egypt, with the player having reportedly been "promised game time" after he signs for them.
Chiefs were believed to be among the clubs interested in the former South Africa-based player.