Kaizer Chiefs has been after Bongani Zungu for while now. Bongani Zungu is back playing as expected for Amiens SC again. It seems at the moment he has found his form. He had his ups and downs but he seems to have won against all odds. In South Africa, Kaizer Chiefs is the only club that Bongani Zungu is heavily linked with. Without a doubt Kaizer Chiefs will have to fork out a hefty salary in order to convince the player to join them. The good news for Amakhosi is that the player is now allowed to sign the pre-contract with them. That will depend on the player if he is eager to move to Naturena. He has impressed his coach at Amiens SC with his recent performances.
His coach Philippe Hinschberger said "We have a plethora of choices in the midfield. We played a lot with Gnahoré, Benet and Lusamba, it went pretty well. We have good news for me which is the return to form of Bongani Zungu because he has a passing quality and a technical quality that’s interesting [to us]." Considering the fact that in recent times Kaizer Chiefs like sign players on a free transfer. Do you see Amiens letting Zungu go for free and him joining Kaizer Chiefs? Comment your answer below, share and hit the like button please.
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