Msendami on TP Mazembe, Simba radar

Daniel Msendami (white) in action during the Botswana Premier League match against Township Rollers PIC PHATSIMO KAPENG
Daniel Msendami (white) in action during the Botswana Premier League match against Township Rollers PIC PHATSIMO KAPENG

Jwaneng Galaxy's forward, Daniel Msendami, is putting the transfer talk on hold until the conclusion of the ongoing 2026 World Cup qualifiers and the Orange FA Cup final.

Msendami is one of the most sought after talents in region with a host of clubs said to be chasing his signature. The forward had an impressive 2023-2024 season making 28 goals contributions. He scored 12 goals, assisted 16 times and played a key role in Galaxy’s title defence. The Zimbabwean striker is expected to have a shout for the Botswana Premier League Player of the Season accolade. The 23-year-old is said to be on the shopping list of Tanzania giants, Simba SC and TP Mazemebe of DRC as per iDiskiTimes. The South African publication further reports that South African giants, Orlando Pirates and Kaizer Chiefs are also said to be assessing the forward as per media reports, alongside a host of clubs in the league. Galaxy on the other hand are said to be intending to keep their star man for a while longer. Msendami, however, was non-committal when he spoke to SportMonitor on the transfer links. “Not yet,” Msendami said on offers. “This time I am focusing on the national team and the cup (Orange FA) for my team. I am happy but I need more,” Msendami said.

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