previous Orlando Pirates striker Justin Shonga has been offered an agreement worth R10 million as he proceeds with his quest for another club. The 24 year old has been club-less since heading out in different directions from Cape Town City toward the finish of last season. Sources have announced that he Zambian global has been offered an arrangement by Algerian club HS Kabylie.
" Algerian Club JS Kabylie has offered Justin Shonga an agreement. They have offered him a long term bargain worth R10 million," affirmed a Source.
Source:https://thekosibay.co.za/3211/sport/football/psl/previous orlando-privateers striker-got a-major cash move/
Shonga had a preliminary with Benni McCarthy's AmaZulu preceding the beginning of the period, however nothing appeared for him to remain in the PSL. He played 77 matches in alc contests for the Buccaneers Orlando Pirates between 2017-2020 just as 13 appearances for Cape Town City. Presently he has a decision to play in another association or stay jobless. The PSL players who used to play for top groups have a propensity of requesting truckload of cash when they go to another clubs. Possibly that is the reason AmaZulu couldn't sign him. It is notable cap at Pirates he was procuring a decent compensation, yet couldn't accept a decrease in salary to other little groups who were hoping to sign him.
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