Nyasha Mushekwi eyes big move – from Sweden

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ZIMBABWE international forward Nyasha Mushekwi has said he does not see himself lasting longer in the Swedish top-flight league and believes a move to a more lucrative league is imminent.
The Mamelodi Sundowns on-loan striker to Djurgardens currently leads the scoring charts in the Swedish Allvenskan with 10 goals.
Reports have emerged in Sweden that Mushekwi has attracted interest from German Bundesliga sides as well as clubs in the English Premier League.
The striker however said he is not officially aware of the interest but believes his days in Sweden are numbered.
“When you hear that some clubs in bigger leagues want you it means I must be doing something great. No other club however has spoken to me and I only read it in newspapers,” Mushekwi said.
“Just like any other player I wish to play in a bigger league and I believe it will not be long before that happens.
“Maybe if I play in the Spanish La Liga or any other big league it would be a dream come true. It is something I have always dreamt of.
“Moving to another league however depends on Sundowns because I still have a contract with them.”
The striker is also confident he will end the season as the top goal-scorer in Sweden.
“It is every striker’s dream to finish the season as the top goal-scorer,” he said.
“That can happen to me as long as God is by my side. I just have to keep on working hard and I can never go wrong.
“I am enjoying my football at the moment and I will work hard to maintain the momentum.”
Mushekwi missed Zimbabwe’s Afcon qualifier against Malawi last week due to a calf injury and says he hopes to take part in the national team as the qualifiers continue.Advertisement