Mpumalanga Black Aces have dismissed reports linking their Zimbabwean striker Tendai Ndoro with a move away from the club.
This comes as speculation is rife that the Zimbabwean striker that scored seven goals for AmaZayoni since joining them in January is wanted by clubs both locally and internationally.
Aces are, however, adamant that the former Chicken Inn striker is staying put at the club.
“The club wishes to put it on record that all the transfer rumours linking Ndoro with an Aces’ exit are premature and unfounded and should be treated as mere gossip,” read a statement released by the club on their official website.
“Although we can confirm there has been an interest for the player locally, without revealing any names, Ndoro will be staying put with AmaZayoni,” added the statement.
PSL ‘Big Two’ Mamelodi Sundowns and Orlando Pirates, as well as SuperSport United are believed to be keen to price Ndoro away from Aces.
It remains to be seen if AmaZayoni will resist a big offer from one of these clubs.
Meanwhile, Aces have revealed that they are still locked in talks with regards to players who are on loan from various clubs.