Chiefs have suspended Zuma from club activities following his appearance before the disciplinary committee.
Zuma's time at Chiefs is up, according to a source within the Naturena-based club who requested anonymity.
And it was his off-the-field actions, not his football, that led to his arrest in Sandton over three weeks ago.
Zuma is charged with driving while inebriated, and his case is still being investigated, but the Chiefs believe he has brought the club into contempt.
"He's obviously on his way out." It's something the club is working on. He isn't going to be here at the beginning of the year. "There is a contract in place, so it's a process," the insider told The South African.
THE CONTRACT WITH ZUMA EXPIRES IN JUNE 2022.
Zuma got a new three-year contract with Chiefs in September 2019, after the club identified potential in him following some outstanding performances.
And what this means is that Zuma's present contract will end in June 2022, and the Chiefs want to get rid of him before then.
Zuma would be eligible to sign a pre-contract with a club of his choice in January, having completed the remaining six months of his Chiefs contract.
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