South African striker Dino Ndlovu open to UAE or China move

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Dino Ndlovu (right)

Bafana Bafana striker will consider a move to the super rich or United Arab Emirates leagues if the opportunity arises.

The in-form striker told this website that he has always harboured hopes of playing in Belgium, Germany and the Netherlands, but admits he will only pursue that dream if it makes financial sense.

Ndlovu has scored 16 goals for Cypriot side Anorthosis Famagusta in the league this season and is now only four goals off Benni McCarthy’s record of 20 goals by a South African in a European league season.

The 26-year-old’s scoring form will come as a huge boost for Shakes Mashaba, who is expected to turn to Ndlovu and Prince Nxumalo for upcoming 2017 Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers against Cameroon. Nxumalo has scored 11 league goals for Ajax Cape Town this season.

“The move to Cyprus was always the bridge for me to go somewhere else. If a move makes financial sense for me, my club and my family, I will go,” Ndlovu said.

“For me it is all about financial stability. I had ambitions of playing in Belgium, Holland and Germany, but that has changed a bit and if it doesn’t make financial sense I won’t go. I will not shy away from a move to China or the United Arab Emirates if I get the chance.”

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