WARRIORS’ striker Prince Dube’s sublime performance in the Tanzania topflight football league has generated a lot of interest from all over the world, with his management team saying enquiries have come from unnamed clubs in Europe and the Middle East.
Dube (23) joined Azam FC last August from Highlanders and has been a revelation as he currently leads the scorers’ chart with 14 league goals and 17 in all competitions.
His manager Gibson Mahachi yesterday said Dube was on-demand with a number of inquiries that they hoped would be followed up by proper bids.
Dube extended his contract at Azam by another two years, with a year still on his contract amid reports that Tanzanian giants Simba SC were after his signature, but Azam have vehemently said the striker is not going anywhere.
“There have been inquiries from all over, but I cannot name the clubs. All I can say is that interest has come from Europe, North Africa and Saudi Arabia,” Mahachi said.
“It is just a matter of waiting. Most clubs have been active and now it is off-season, so we will see. We have had inquiries, but now we will see what can work.”