BULAWAYO giants Highlanders appear to be in no hurry to release their final squad with no new players having signed yet despite a number of players having reportedly been training with the team.
This also comes after it emerged yesterday that newly-appointed technical manager Mark Harrison has since submitted his wish list to the Bosso management.
Bosso managed to keep the majority of their players from last season but lost midfielder Denzel Khumalo to FC Platinum and defender MacClive Phiri to Bidvest Wits in South Africa.
They also did not renew contracts for Ben Musaka, Munyaradzi Chitambwe, Zambian Peter Nyirenda and Bukhosi Ncube.
Currently, former Chicken Inn and Kaizer Chiefs forward Mitchell Katsvairo, veteran striker Mkhokheli Dube and former CAPS United goalkeeper Chris Mverechena together with former Bulawayo City player Humphrey Ncube are training with Bosso.
Highlanders’ spokesperson Ronald Moyo could not be drawn into revealing much on the players that have been recommended by Harrison preferring to say they will be unveiled soon.
“We haven’t signed any new players at the present moment.
“In the event that we sign a player or players, we will make an official announcement,” Moyo told the Daily News.
“The club is however, aware of the needs of the coaches, the names that have been recommended.
“Very soon they will be signed and availed.
“The final squad will be finalised and unveiled in time for the start of the season.”
Harrison will get a perfect opportunity to assess his players on Sunday when they take on army side Black Rhinos in a friendly match that has been slated for Barbourfields Stadium.