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Chiefs set to unveil Zulu

2014-12-22 12:01
David Zulu (Supplied)
David Zulu (Supplied)
Cape Town - Kaizer Chiefs are set to officially unveil new signing David Zulu this week after Chippa United confirmed the player has been sold to the Glamour Boys.

The forward has risen to prominence both with the Chilli Boys and Bafana Bafana this year, where his sterling performances led to major interest from several Premier Soccer League outfits.

Amakhosi have since swooped for the forward, who has put pen to a reported three-and-a-half year contract worth around R4 million.

"(Zulu) is no longer our player. He has been sold," Chippa owner Chippa Mpengesi told Kick Off.

"We have capable replacement in (Edward) Manqele," he added.

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