As the recent PSL transfer deadline looms closer Flames and Celtic promising left-back, Limbikani Mzava has been linked with a move to Mpumalanga Black Aces.
Mpumalanga Black Aces have agreed to sign Bloemfontein Celtic defender, Limbikani Mzava, at the end of the season after he signed a pre-contract with AmaZayoni.
Mpumalanga Black Aces boss Mario Morfou has officially confirmed the signing of defender Limbikani Mzava from Bloemfontein Celtic.
The Siya crew reported back in November that Aces were interested in taking landing the Malawian left-back, and with his current contract set to expire in June, they have taken the opportunity to pounce.
Mzava, 21, has done well for Siwelele since joining the club back in 2011, however dropped down the pecking order under Ernst Middendorp over the course of this season so far.
Now, with Clinton Larsen back at the helm, Mzava will be hoping that his head coach will overlook the fact that he will be moving on in a few months time, and trust him to continue giving his all for the team.
Mzava was linked with a number of South African clubs over the past two seasons, especially Mamelodi Sundowns, however a move failed to materialise and he remained in the Free State.
The crew has been informed that the defender has already put pen to paper on the pre-contract with Aces and will be joining them from July 1st.