Recently, the Siya group announced that Pirates midfielder Nkanyiso Zungu had been on the radar of Stellenbosch FC who are quick to support their crew as they hope to proceed with their great season up until this point.
As indicated by sources, the Western Cape club is as yet enthused about the 25-year-old with plans to rejoin him with his previous mentor Steve Barker.
Zungu has battled for game-time at the Buccaneers since joining the club from Stellenbosch FC in January last year and is accepted to have become progressively baffled with his circumstance.
Stellies are supposed to be enthused about taking the player back borrowed, potentially in January in the event that he can be made accessible for a move from the Soweto monsters.
Stellenbosch FC is as yet inspired by Nkanyiso Zungu from Orlando Pirates and would invite marking him borrowed in January. The player is quick to move to get game time and to rediscover his structure, said the source.
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