Suspended Kaizer Chiefs star has requested a clearance from the club.
Dumisani Zuma is currently serving his second suspension by the club after he was suspended few weeks ago due to misconduct.
The player was banned from all football related activities after he broke the club's code of conduct.
Last year the player was suspended due to allegedly caught driving drunk by the police.
At that time the club's recommendations were that the player must attend rehabilitation which he did, and he came back fine before he was suspended again recently.
Following his recent suspension, latest reports suggest that the player has requested a clearance from Amakhosi as he looks to seek for greener pastures elsewhere.
Called for a comment, the player's agent Basia Michaels could not deny or confirm the reports.
"We are still going through the disciplinary process and I ask that you give us time to ventilate it," said Michaels.
Michaels added that from personal experience things will not be favorable and has admitted that weirder things have happened in football.
He added that when there is an outcome Chiefs will let the public know.
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