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What went wrong to Kaizer Chiefs' transfer star target

South African star Bongani Zungu has seen his fairly estimated worth take a stunning plunge following seemingly his most noticeably terrible spell in his profession. 

The previous Mamelodi Sundowns star was tipped to arrive at incredible statures in Europe after first influencing Portugal prior to moving to the French first class in any case, in the space of a little more than two years, things have gotten ugly! 

Zungu initially became famous at the University of Pretoria prior to being gobbled up by Mamelodi Sundowns in 2013. It was at the Brazilians where 'Ben 10' become one of the most smoking midfielders in the Premier Soccer League (PSL). 

In the wake of winning two association titles with Pitso Mosimane, Bongani Zungu took the leap toward Europe in the wake of fixing a transition to Portuguese outfit Vitoria Guimaraes. 

The 2019/20 mission saw Bongani Zungu's Amiens get consigned from the French first class. The Bafana additionally passed up a cutoff time day move to the Spanish first class outfit Mallorca in January. Altogether, Zungu showed up for the season. 

Following Amiens' transfer, Zungu searched for a create some distance from the club. He in the end tied down an electrifying move to Steven Gerrard's Rangers in Scotland. 

Bongani Zungu joined the high-flying Scottish side with exclusive requirements anyway very few could've anticipated what was to follow. It ended up being Zungu's most noticeably awful season in his profession. 

Starting today, Bongani Zungu is worth just R17 million. It's unimaginable to take note of that the player who in the no so distant past was projected to arrive at the R100 million valuation mark, is currently worth not exactly numerous PSL stars. 

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