Absa Premiership

'Drogba' has options

2015-01-02 13:46
Bongani Ndulula (Gallo Images)

Cape Town - Bongani Ndulula’s representative, Tim Sukazi, reveals that the striker has options for which club he wants to ply his trade at.

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According to Soccer Laduma, Sukazi admits that Ndulula will only decide on his future once he returns from Equatorial Guinea where he will don the Bafana Bafana colours in the African Cup of Nations.

“We’re only going to be making a decision on Drogba’s future once the AFCON has come to a close,” said Sukazi.

“We have options for him and AmaZulu have been very understanding, but we don’t want to rush into anything before we see how things go in Equatorial Guinea.”

With the transfer window now open, Kaizer Chiefs, who are Ndulula's main interest can approach and enquire by about the lanky forward.

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