For a while now the transfer rumor factory was in operation. Many whispers were making rounds connecting a number of players (both locally and internationally) with Soweto Giants Kaizer Chiefs.
It is considered that chiefs can make substantial personal modifications to their playing and are connected electronically to everyone as such.
The midfielder's contract was expected to run on 30 June, but there appears to be a twist, with his present club and Amiens' president, Bernard Joannin, claiming they had no plans at all to move Zungu.
"Bongani Zungu will be a wonderful addition to the squad, and will be back on loan from Glasgow," he revealed.
The 28-year-old spent over six months on a loan with Scottish giants, Glasgow Rangers, and won the premiere at a canter.
And Rangers was hoping he would permanently join the club, but owing to the rare combination of bad shape and off-the-shelf hijinks Rangers did not like permanently obtaining his services and effectively returning him to his parent club.
There was a belief in South Africa that Zungu would become a free agent at this upcoming transfer window, and chiefs would have plotted a dramatic move for Mamelodi Sundowns' erstwhile Midfield Jaggernaut, but it seems he has spent a year going to Rangers, making things a bit difficult.
Any club wishing to provide its services might have to split from a substantial transfer price and it remains to be seen whether Chiefs are willing to spend huge amounts of money, especially because a number of team positions are scheduled to take place.
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