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RODRECK Mutuma says the never-ending contract negotiations to try and keep him at Dynamos were frustrating him. Mutuma, who has been linked with a possible move CAPS United, yesterday said he was keeping his next move close to his chest.

The lanky forward’s contract expired on December 31 and there have been efforts between Dynamos and his manager Edzai Kasinauyo to draft a new deal.

Both parties maintain they are still negotiating but the player revealed he might have other ideas, while not ruling out a possible move to Makepekepe.

How Mine is another possible destination for the striker.

“I don’t want to speak about that at the moment. Maybe by the end of the week I should have a clearer picture of what is happening. But I don’t think I will be going back to Dynamos.

“Even though I had hoped to devote my career to the club, I think I should as well try and look for new challenges. It’s all about getting new challenges.

“I will forever, appreciate, what Dynamos did for me and despite everything that may happen, it’s a club that remains close to my heart,” said Mutuma.

However, his manager Kasinauyo said it was likely that Mutuma will remain at DeMbare.

Kasinauyo maintained that he had agreed with Dynamos on many areas and had not engaged any other club to discuss Mutuma’s future apart from the Glamour Boys.

The former Warriors player has also been negotiating a contract renewal on behalf of midfielder Tafadzwa Rusike but it appears the talks have not yielded results.

While the situation regarding Rusike remains hazy, Kasinauyo denied Mutuma’s links with CAPS United.

“I’m not sure about the CAPS United issue because everything was agreed upon with Dynamos weeks ago. Basically that’s why he has continued training with the club.

“It’s only fair that Dynamos should talk about the details of the contract. Mutuma should be playing for Dynamos this year unless there is something happening that I don’t know,” said Kasinauyo.

Both Mutuma and Rusike were omitted from DeMbare’s provisional squad that was sent to PSL last Friday.

Despite their exclusion, Dynamos secretary-general Webster Chikengezha said the Harare giants have not closed the door yet on the players.

“Dynamos hasn’t agreed anything with the players yet. Our position remains the same, we are still waiting to hear from them.

“The door is still open but as an organisation we will not wait for one person forever.

“There shall come a time when the coaches will say they now have enough material and it will be tough for those players,” said Chikengezha.

Source : The Herald

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