Former Kaizer Chiefs midfielder Siphelele Ntshangase's future remaining parts were uncertain as he has yet to find a new club.
At the point when Stash joined Amakhosi, there was colossal expectation but the player struggled to convey consistent performances.
The attacker was delivered in March and news arriving at the Siya group is that the midfielder has been offered to AmaZulu after a fruitless attempt to join Sekhukhune United.
"Stash has been offered to Usuthu but it is hazy on whether mentor Benni McCarthy knows since he wasn't with the team last week because of Covid regulations. Benni will join the team this week and the ultimate choice rests with him."
Ntshangase's representative Jazzman Mahlakgane has denied any talks with AmaZulu.
"That's not true, the genuine story will come out soon. Kindly don't make superfluous frenzy individuals about Ntshangase," Jazzman told the Siya group.
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