A former Kaizer Chiefs player is close to sealing a move to Major League Soccer, with a medical set to be concluded.
Reports have indicated that Zimbabwean international Teenage Hadebe will make a move from Turkish top tier club Yeni Malatyaspor to Houston Dynamo in the MLS.
It's understood that the deal is worth $1.8 million (R24.7 million) and talks for the move to be concluded are at an advanced stage, as revealed by his current club.
Hadebe left Amakhosi in 2019 after spending two years at Naturena and made an impact in Turkey, establishing himself as a regular in the Malatyaspor side during the two seasons he has been there.
During this past season, the 25-year-old centre-back made 32 appearances in all competitions, scoring two goals for the club as they finished in 15th position.
In his first season, the 2019/20 campaign, Hadebe made 28 appearances in all competitions, adapting quickly to life in Europe after leaving the Glamour Boys of Naturena.
Now he is set for a lucrative deal to the US where he will be looking to further his career.
Hadebe's contract with the Turkish Super League side was due to expire in June 2022.