Absa Premiership

AmaZulu set for 'Downs raid

2015-01-12 12:11
Punch Masenamela (Gallo)

Cape Town - AmaZulu are being linked with a trio of Mamelodi Sundowns players with the club set to sign two players this week. 

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Usuthu’s marketing manager, Lunga Sokhela, admits that the AmaZulu hierarchy are in negotiations with to finalise two signings already in the coming days.

 "Hopefully in the next day or two we will complete two of those players, and the others are still early in terms of engagement,” Sokhela said as quoted by KickOff.

"Realistically, we working as far as we can to finish deals so they can join the squad as soon as possible, and gel with the team.

“So we are hoping by midweek at the latest."

Reports suggest that Mamelodi Sundowns trio Punch Masenamela, Bryce Moon and Bonginkosi Ntuli are among the names being touted to move to Durban.

AmaZulu return to PSL action on Wednesday, February 11 when they host Orlando Pirates at the Moses Mabhida Stadium.


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