But information obtained from South Africa is that the Zimbabwean is expected to apply for permanent South African residency which could see him stay at Wits as a South African as he qualifies for that status after previously staying in that country for a minimum of five years.
Before leaving for England where he was at Plymouth for three years, Bhasera played for Kaiser Chiefs during a period in which he was also a regular in the Zimbabwe national team but was dropped early this year when the now departed German mentor ,Klaus Dieter Pagels, took over as Warriors coach.
Wits already have the required quota of five foreign players in their squad. The 27 year old former Harare United player has been training with Wits for the past two weeks but has now won the heart of coach Gavin Hunt.
Coincidentally Hunt himself has joined Wits this season following a long stint at Supersport United. Hunt wants to strengthen his defence and has not made a secret for his admiration for Bhasera.
The South African soccer season has just gone one game and Wits are in 10th position with one point. Supersport United are top of the table with three points.
Bhasera was last season named as Plymouth Argyle Player of the Year but decided to leave the cash strapped English side for the South African Premiership.Post published in: Football