Off to Europe; Bosso’s Prince Ndlovu invited for trials in Austria

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By Bhora Afrika

HIGHLANDERS’ forward Prince Ndlovu (17) has arrived in Europe where he has been invited for trials by Austrian top flight club SK Sturm Graz.

The Bulawayo giants revealed Ndlovu’s arrival in Austria on their Facebook page.

“Prince Ndlovu has arrived for trials at SK Puntigamer Sturm Graz of Austria. We wish him the best of luck.

“May he continue flying the Highlanders FC and National flag high,” Bosso posted on their timeline on Tuesday.

The youngster has been traveling up and down in recent months being invited for assessment by a number of clubs.

He has been to South Africa two times in a space of three months.

On his first trip in February, he travelled to seek a visa to travel to Croatia after an invite for trials by HNK Vukovar 1991.

However, the European trip was called off and the talented Makokoba born rising star returned home after missing out on a dream month-long trial stint after being denied a visa.

At the time he was processing his visa, he trained with Soweto giants Orlando Pirates who later invited him for a six day assessment from 20 to 26 March.

Ndlovu, who is yet to feature for Highlanders this season, was elevated from the club’s development side Bosso 90 in June 2022.

He made his debut a month later when he was thrown into the fray by coach Baltermar Brito against Manica Diamonds at Barbourfields Stadium.

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