The three players: Leonard Tsipa, David Sengu and Ndumiso Khanye, were seen at their training session on Wednesday this week going through their paces under the watchful eye of caretaker coach Maxwell Takaendesa Jongwe and his assistant Alois Bunjira.
Tsipa and Sengu had a short stint with Gunners who later released them three weeks ago. Khanye has been a CAPS United son but was not in good books with former coach Moses Chunga who threw in the towel last week and joined Gunners. Khanye was forced into “temporary retirement” only to start training this week.
Speaking to Standarsport, Alois Bunjira said they were looking forward to signing the players before taking on Gunners in their next league match next weekend.
Other high profile players at the Green Machine training session were Ashley Rambanepasi who dumped Dynamos for Cyprus, but later came back to join Gunners before Chando Kupisa released him again.
Rambanepasi was believed to be heading to Zvishavane to join FC Platinum. Ronald Sengu, young brother to David, who is also on Gunners books, is also training with Makepekepe.
In another development Rodwell Dhlakama might be on his way to the Green Machine’s technical department.
Chunga is believed to have joined Gunners together with his trusted striker Merciful Ncube.
“He has since joined us but he is bringing with him Merciful Ncube,” said an official from Gunners.
Harare giants Dynamos are said to be on the verge of acquiring the services of Tendai Nyamadzawo, Charles Mukanhairi who has been a revelation at Kiglon and Peter Ngwenya.
An official from DeMbare admitted that the three had been training with the club but they were yet to finalise the moves.
“We would want to have these players in our next league match against Chicken Inn in Bulawayo,” he added.