There is a player that is highly rated by many clubs, and attracted interest from the best team in the DStv Premiership. Veluyeke Zulu is a lanky center back who was once in the books of Golden Arrows, the defender has had eyes on him this season for his outstanding performances.
Zulu is 26 years of age so he has a lot football to play, the defender will be a free agent when his contract runs out this season. He has attracted interest from Kaizer Chiefs, Super sport and Orlando Pirates. There will be a scramble for his signature, but it's believed his preferred destination is Naturena as he is a fan of the club.
Zulu was part of the Richards Bay 11 that bear Kaizer Chiefs, and was responsible for keeping Nurkovic at bay. He is rated for his cool headedness and ability to read the game well, he would be a good addition to any team as he has a lot of unfulfilled potential and could be something great should he reach full potential.
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