Well it’s that time of the moths where players are allowed to live if they agree to go and play for another team if they are left with six moths in their current contract. That’s of course If a portion transfer fee is paid or the team and the player agree to terminate the last six moths left with mutual constant. But for Bongani Zungu is one of those that will keep you on the edge of your seat. The former Mamelodi Sundowns midfielder is allowed to sign a pre-contract worth R18 million with Kaizer Chiefs should he choose to if he wants to join them in June as a free agent. It’s the same situation as of Kylian Mbappe at PSG should he like to sign and go to Real Madrid come June.
Zungu is strongly linked to Kaizer Chiefs for the last three moths now. Amakhosi would love to bring the former Bafana midfielder to Naturena. However, his coach at Amiens FC Philippe Hinschberger is very pleased with Zungu’s return and is unlikely to let him go that easily.
” We have a plethora of choices in the midfield position. We played a lot with Gnahore, Benet and Lusamba, it went pretty well. We have good news for me which is the return of Bongani Zungu because he has a passing quality and technical quality that’s interesting to us,” he told reporters. Kaizer Chiefs will definitely want to link him with his former teammates Keagan Dolly and Khama Billiat and build a new best team in the PSL. Should they sign him? Let me know what you think.
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