Absa Premiership

Celtic to keep striker Ntanga

2015-06-21 10:35
Vuyani Ntanga (Backpage)

Cape Town - Bloemfontein Celtic are ready to keep their diminutive striker Vuyani Ntanga, whose contract comes to an end at the end of June.

Ntanga, who started the last season like a house on fire under coach Ernest Middendorp, will be given a new three year deal by the club.

A Sport24 source in the City of Roses disclosed that the team wants to ensure that they keep most of their key players whose contracts are coming to an end.

"They have most of their players with their contracts coming to an end this June and they have been busy negotiating with the players for new contracts," the source told Sport24.

“One of the players is Ntanga, who has already signed his new contract. 

“He has signed a new three year contract.”

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