Royal AM have uncovered previous Kaizer Chiefs star Samir Nurkovic among four new signings in front of the 2022/23 DStv Premiership season.
Nurkovic shows up as a marquee marking subsequent to leaving Chiefs upon the expiry of his agreement at the club toward the finish of the month before.
He's joined by Swallows team Ruzaigh Gamildien and Khetukuthula Ndlovu have likewise been affirmed and were important for a disputable arrangement which saw Dillan Swallows scorn the transition to KZN for Chiefs, notwithstanding the two clubs trading R1-5million for their administrations, according to SABC Sport.
The fourth and last marking is previous AmaZulu forward and New Zealand global Andre de Jong, as the club supports their going after choices for the impending season which will see them contend in the CAF Confederation Cup.
Khabo Zondo was likewise affirmed as their new lead trainer as he gets back to the executives interestingly since his spell at Royal Eagles.
Royal AM new signings:
De Jong (Amazulu)
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