CAPS United unveil former Highlanders, Dynamos’ midfielder King Nadolo
Former champions CAPS United have officially unveiled attacking midfielder King Nadolo who joins the club on a season-long loan deal from Central Region division one league side TelOne.
Makepekepe made the announcement of the transfer deal they described as a “much awaited move” on Wednesday evening through their Facebook page.
Posted the club: “It’s a done deal, King Nadolo joins Caps United FC on loan.”
Late last week, reports indicated that the 27-year-old was training with the Green Machine and was closing in on a move to join the club after deciding to dump their crosstown rivals Dynamos.
Makepekepe’s chief executive officer Charlie Jones confirmed the transfer rumour to the Herald.
He outlined that it was almost a done deal, said Jones: “I can tell you that negotiations for King Nadolo’s deal are ongoing in earnest.
“We are actually finalising the deal maybe tomorrow (last week Thursday) we would have sealed everything.”
Since returning from South Africa where he parted ways with division one side Witbank Spurs, Nadolo joined TelOne on a long term deal to expire in 2024.
This before the Gweru based club was relegated from the top flight in 2019.
The pacy midfielder who had made it into the premier soccer league best eleven was loaned out to Dynamos in 2020 until he quit the club in January.
He joins elite class of footballers who have played for the traditional giants of Zimbabwean football (CAPS, Dynamos and Highlanders) the likes of Rodrick Mutuma, Stephen Alimenda, Stewart Murisa, Newman Sianchali, Valentine Ndaba together with Munyaradzi Diya.