Kaizer Chiefs have a massive chance of signing one of the best footballers in South Africa during the January transfer window. This comes after Bongani Zungu is eligible to sign a pre-contract with any team of his choice.
Before the start of 2021/22 season, Zungu was heavily linked with a move to Naturena. This occurred when he was back in Mzansi as he was holidays. At the same Amakhosi could pounce, and offer him a deal he can't refuse and that will make him return to the DStv Premiership.
Even worse his current side is stirring relegation straight in the eyes. Zungu played an incredible game against Ajaccio, unfortunately his side lost by 1-0.However, the KwaZulu-Natal-based outfits stated that if Chiefs want to sign Letsoalo then money talks.
Even though his agent recently revealed that Amakhosi are interested but they're not going to entertain such reports.Amakhosi have recently welcomed back Samir Nurkovic and Lebogang Manyama, who were both out for a fair piece of the principle part of the mission with injury.
They are likely going to be great for when close by football returns in February.
According to Lorenz Kohler, a South African football journalist, Bafana Bafana international's agent Glyn Binkin has showed that Mokoena could be leaving Matsatsansa a Pitori, the most effective element this is left is the switch charge among the 2 groups, SuperSport has bu
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