The sharp-shooting starlet was on a season-long loan at Belgian topflight side, KV Oostende, but that was cut short by a knee injury that will see him out of action till end of the season.
Zimbabwean international striker, Nyasha Mushekwi, could make a permanent move to Belgian topflight club, KV Oostende.
Last month, there were reports of a renewed interest by the mid-table Jupiler League side to keep the striker longer, but Sundowns said this week there had been no conclusive deals, so Mushekwi would revert into being a Brazilians player unless there are further developments.
The former Zimbabwe senior national team hit man has only scored twice in 16 league starts for Oostende, who ended the season placed ninth on the 16-team log, but it appears he could still have made enough impact to land himself a permanent move.
“Traditionally, we bring back to the club all our loaned-out players to assess them again and find who we will need to retain or release again. If ever they impress then we strike another deal with the player, but those who are not in the team’s plans are loaned out again or sold outright, so Mushekwi will be back with us at the end of the season,” said Sundowns communications coordinator, Thulani Thuswa in an interview with The Zimbabwean.
Mushekwi is contracted to Sundowns until June 2015. “Mushekwi remains a very good player and we would really like to have him back, but should there be a good offer tabled for him, we would also not stand in his way because we know he would also want to grow bigger in the game,” said Thuswa.
Thuswa also revealed that former Warriors defender, Method Mwanjali, who still has a year left on his contract with The Brazilians will also be rejoining the team after the expiry of his loan spell at Mpumalanga Black Aces in June.Post published in: Football