Zambian born midfielder Nathan Sinkala who is currently playing for Stellenbosch FC under the coach Steve Barker ,it is reported that KwaZulu Natal based club AmaZulu FC are monitoring the defensive midfielder.Sinkala is one of the six players who will be leaving the club at the end of the season.Stellenbosch FC confirmed that six players will be leaving the club as they are planning to cut the cost.
Despite him leaving the club , Stellenbosch FC is currently seating on the respective position in the DStv premiership and they have already qualified for the MTN 8 for next season.Another club that is on the race for Sinkala is Richard Bay FC.Nathan Sinkala joined Stellenbosch FC in January 2020 from the Democratic Republic of Congo outfit TP Mazembe.
The 31 years old defensive midfielder played 18 matches this season under the current coach Steve Barker.His contract with Stellenbosch FC is coming to an end in June ,he is currently a free agent.
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