The Siya crew has been informed that a Turkish club could offer South African forward Dino Ndlovu a one-year deal.
Ndlovu is currently a free agent and has attracted interest from both Turkey and Azerbaijan.
The Siya crew has been informed that Turkish club Kocaelispor will offer the 31-year-old a one-year contract, but it’s not cast in stone. They have made contact with the player and his representative and move will depend on whether or not they can reach an agreement.
Kocaelispor, who play in the Turkish second tier, are also interested in Romanian striker Bogdan Stancu. According to reports in Turkey, Kocaelispor will no longer pursue Ndlovu if they secure the services of Stancu, who is their first option.
According to reports in Turkey, Kocaelispor will no longer pursue Ndlovu if they secure the services of Stancu.
Another club interested in Ndlovu, as reported by the Siya crew last week, is his former club Qarabag FK from Azerbaijan.
Ndlovu was with Chinese second tier side Zhejiang Energy Greentown before they reached an amicable agreement to part ways a few months ago, after the player was unable to return to the Asian country due to COVID-19 restrictions.
Ndlovu, who has been training on his own for a few months now, is likely to have his future finalised in the coming weeks ahead of the new season.