Ever since his loan spell at Scottish Premiership Champions Glasgow Rangers Fc ended at the end of Scottish season Bongani Zungu has been linked with a move to Kaizer Chiefs Football Club.
With his French side Amiens SC in the second division of French football Zungu has been looking for a move away from the club,but Amiens boss has intentions of keeping the player at the club hoping that the South African can help them gain promotion to the first division of French football.
But Kaizer Chiefs Football Club have shown their interest in 29 year old former Mamelodi Sundowns Football Club star for a long time now,with the player only left with a year on his contract Amiens may be tempted to sell as they could run a risk of losing him for free and that may be good news for Chiefs.
It is rumoured and believed that Chiefs will go in again for Bafana star,the player's quality will definitely up Chiefs level of play and depth.
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