The player appears to have impressed during his recent trial stint, but coach Roger de Sa said that if the former Reading player was to be signed, it would be in the next transfer window.
De Sa added that the ABSA Premiership side was still waiting for Mutero’s agent to contact them on the player’s asking price.
“We have filled our quota for foreign players and cannot sell a foreigner to create space for another. PSL regulations do not allow that. His agent only brought him here so that we have a look at him.”
It has been reported he had attracted the interest of Kaizer Chiefs, but the Soweto team recently filled its quota of foreign players with the signing of another Zimbabwean, Abbas Amidu.Post published in: Football