A transition to the DStv Premiership is forthcoming for a global midfielder who has been carrying out his specialty in Europe lately.
Subsequent to being connected with Cape Town City's Abbubaker Mobara, as revealed by the Siya group, AmaZulu could be set to finish up an arrangement with Abraham Majok, with signs that talks are at a high level stage to acquire the player on board this move window.
Majok is South Sudanese yet in addition has Australian citizenship. Having begun his profession in Australia with the West Sydney Wanderers U21 side prior to graduating to the senior group in 2017, the assault disapproved of player who can play on the two wings just as a striker, proceeded to play for Central Coast Mariners, likewise in Australia.
The 23-year-old has been on the books of PAEEK in Cyprus beginning around 2020 and as indicated by sources up to date, conversations between the gatherings for the thin aggressor look encouraging.
With only days before the exchange closes, Majok looks set to possibly be added to Benni McCarthy's crew.
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