Ntuli wants out of Sundowns

2015-06-17 13:47
Bongi Ntuli (Supplied)

Cape Town - In demand Mamelodi Sundowns striker, Bongi Ntuli, wants a move away from the Tshwane-based team in search of regular playing time.

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Sources close to the player told Sport24 that Ntuli is in high spirits following a successful loan spell at Amazulu during the second round of the 2014/15 season.

The 24-year-old is back at Chloorkop after scoring six goals following a loan spell with Usuthu and feels he can become a better player where there is more playing time for him.

“Look, the player is aware a lot of teams have shown interests in his services after a successful loan spell at Amazulu despite the team being relegated,” the source said.

“His inclusion in the Bafana squad has also helped his decision as he feels chances of playing for the national team will come when he plays regular football and is scoring goals.”

Platinum Stars are among teams that have shown interest in the striker.

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