Zimbabwe international striker Prince Dube, who was injured in a recent league match in Tanzania, has arrived in South Africa to undergo an operation.
Dube, who is the leading goal-scorer in the Tanzanian top-flight league, fractured his left arm while with his club side Azam FC in Dar-es-Salaam last week.
The former Highlanders striker had just arrived back in the vast East African country following his heroic performance for the Warriors on 16 November at the National Sports Stadium.
In a statement, the club recently confirmed the 23-year-old Zimbabwe international, will be flown to South Africa on Sunday for specialist treatment.
“He will be treated at the Vincent Pallotti Hospital in Cape Town, where he will be under the care of a specialist surgeon, Robert Nicholas.
“The doctor will determine how long the fracture will need to heal. But, usually, such injuries, take four to six weeks,” Azaam said in a statement.
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