SuperSport United are preparing to enter into negotiations with Thamsanqa Gabuza in a bid to offer the in-form striker a new contract.The Bafana Bafana international's current contract is set to expire at the end of the season in June next year.
The Kwazulu Natal-born striker will be free to sign a pre-contract agreement with any club in just three weeks.AmaZulu are reported to be keen admirers and are tipped to be lining up an attempt to lure Gabuza back home for next season.
SuperSport are now believed to be putting together a package to tie down the in-form Gabuza to fend off any rival interest.They want to keep him," says a source close to the club.He adds a lot of value to the club and is a great character to have around in the dressing room.
He has improved his game and he is 1 player who delivers Hope all goes well for him even though he once told rob that when he retires he is going to back to pirates to coach team. He reminds me of robinson seakamela they just go about their business without no one giving praise.
Bobby hurry up sign Gabusa it wl be perfect.Sense of humour of this guy you'd swear that he's on drugs.They got 13 first team players available..the minimum number to field is 7. So let them play, or forfeit the 3points and 3 goals. Cape Umoya went the same route and they forfeited the game.
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