Johannesburg - Anele Ngcongca's representatives are said to be working on a transfer for the K.R.C. Genk utility player.
The 23-year-old South African international has attracted
interest from the likes of Manchester City, MSV Duisburg, Trabzonspor
and Istanbul giants Fenerbahce.
According to FotoMac, a Turkish-based publication, Fener
have baulked at Genk's exorbitant £3.4million asking price, which has
raised doubts over a possible switch for Ngcongca.
Nonetheless, Football365.co.za sources claim that ProSport
International, who represent Ngcongca, are still trying to line up a
move to Portugal or Turkey for the youngster.
ProSport, whose brand is synonymous with FIFA-accredited agent
Mike Makaab, have a number of European-based players on their books,
including Fulham's Kagisho Dikgacoi, Maccabi Haifa's Tsepo Masilela,
Apollon Limassol's Nasief Morris and FC Twente's Bernard Parker.
Parker is himself on the verge of a move to Leicester City, with
the English Championship side having agreed a deal in principle with his