Free agent Miracle Gabeya is yet to decide his next move after failing to secure a contract with one of South Africa’s clubs.
The on and off Flames defender went to South Africa for club-hunting early this year, having refused to sign a new contract with TNM Super League champions Nyasa Big Bullets.
Gabeya blamed his failure to secure a deal to the Covid-19 pandemic despite being linked with DSTV Premiership sides such as giants Kaizer Chiefs, TS Galaxy and Highlands Park.
“I went to South Africa around the end of February but the moment I was about to start trials with clubs that’s when the lockdown was imposed. This frustrated my plans of securing a deal. All in all, I am back and will soon my next action,” he said.
Meanwhile, Gabeya was unsure about whether he would negotiate with his former club Bullets, saying he was not in contact with the People’s Team.
“I cannot commit that I will return to Bullets because we haven’t discussed anything yet,” he said.
This was not the first time for Gabeya to travel to South Africa for trials as he also underwent trials at Bloemfontein Celtic and Chiefs in 2018.