ZIMBABWE national team captain, Knowledge Musona, has joined Saudi Arabian top-flight side Al-Tai FC- ending months of speculation over his future.
Musona was in his final year at Belgian-side Anderlecht, who confirmed the development on their website.
“Knowledge Musona will play for Al-Tai FC next season. Musona (31) came over from Ostend in 2019. The last year and a half he was loaned to KAS Eupen, where he played 33 games and scored 9 times.
“Now he moves to Al-Tai FC, which just got promoted to the MBS League in Saudi Arabia. Sporting wishes Knowledge all the best for the rest of his career. Good luck, Knowledge,” announced Anderlecht.
Musona’s move was announced the same day another Zimbabwe international Teenage Hadebe completed his move to American side Houston Dynamo.
Hadebe is joining from Yeni Malatyaspor in Turkey’s Süper Lig and will stay at Dynamo until the 2023 season with an option of one-year extension.
“After a lengthy process we are very pleased to have secured the transfer of Teenage Hadebe to Houston. Teenage is a naturally left footed center back with speed, athleticism and an imposing presence.
“We are pleased that in the prime of his career, at 25-years-old, he chose to be a part our club. We are confident he has the qualities to be successful in our system. We’d also like to thank Ted Segal and our ownership group for their support in making this transaction possible as we build for 2021 and beyond,” said Dynamo Senior Vice President and General Manager Matt Jordan.
Dynamo head coach Tab Ramos believes Hadebe is a huge addition to the team.
“Teenage is a player that we had been following for quite some time. His athletic ability and excellent speed made him one of the best defenders in the Turkish Super League and will be a perfect partner for Tim Parker as they grow together for years to come,” said Ramos.