NYASHA Mushekwi is being with a return to the South African Premiership sides while other reports are linking the veteran forward with a move to Saudi Arabia.
He finished as the runner-up in the race for the Golden Boot in the Chinese Super League after scoring 18 goals in the just-ended season.
The Zimbabwean was beaten to the Chinese Golden Boot by his Brazilian teammate Léo Souza.
Mushekwi has reached double figures in goals for four years in a row at Zhejiang after scoring 18 last year, 23 in 2021 and 10 in his first season at the club.
He scored 19, 16, and 15 goals at Chinese club Dalian Yifang.
Mushekwi has been double figures for 10 of the 13 years that he has played professional football in South Africa, Sweden and China.
The former Warriors and CAPS United forward has been one of the best strikers in the Chinese top-flight league and is currently playing in the Asian Champions League.
Mushekwi (36), a former basketball player, has scored two goals in the AFC Champions League.
According to KickOff.com, Mushekwi’s goals have attracted interest from two clubs in the DStv Premiership.
It has been reported that a move to either Saudi Arabia or UAE is also likely for Mushekwi at the end of this season.
“Whispers have suggested that there is interest from the Middle East where his earnings will be improved from what he is earning in China,” the report says.
“The UAE and Saudi Arabia markets have been mentioned.
“If Mushekwi moves to the Middle East at the end of the year, he will follow in the foot tracks of Brazilian forward Marcao, who top scored in the Chinese Super League in 2022, before moving to Saudi club Al Ahli in January.”
A comment could not be obtained from his handlers yesterday.