Langwe to depart AmaZulu

2015-05-29 10:16
Asive Langwe (Gallo Images)

Cape Town - Asive Langwe has confirmed he will not extend his stay with AmaZulu, meaning he returns to Bidvest Wits for the 2015/16 season.

Read: AmaZulu to hold player talks

The midfielder joined Usuthu on a six-month loan deal in January but was unable to help the Durban club avoid relegation as they finished the campaign rock bottom in the Premiership.

And, Langwe will not be going down with the ship and will instead return to the Students in the off-season.

“I have a contract with Wits so we will see,” he told Soccer Laduma.

“About what will happen, everything will be clear when we return to the club (Wits) for pre-season.”

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