Absa Premiership

Ndulula, Ntshangase, Abraw to Chiefs?

2015-06-15 20:07
Bongani Ndulula (Gallo Images)

Cape Town - According to a source close to the club it appears that Kaizer Chiefs may have signed Bongani Ndulula, Camaldine Abraw and Siphelele Ntshangase - and could announce them at their press conference on Wednesday.

Ndulula's AmaZulu side were relegated last season and the Bafana Bafana striker will be brought in as a replacement for the outgoing Katlego Mphela, the source revealed.

Abraw would be a surprising signing after he was reported to have already signed a pre-contract with Bloemfontein Celtic. The source, however, said that it looks like an agreement has been reached.

Ntshangase’s signing, on the other hand, could not be confirmed by the source. He is still under contract at Black Leopards, but there is talk that he is on his way to Naturena.

Sport24 spoke to Leopards CEO, Chief Thidiela, who could neither confirm nor deny his sale.

“Chiefs can’t get him unless we say he can go. It is not up to Chiefs, it is not up to the player, it is not up to his agent.”

“He is contracted to us for three years, but we will decide if we want him to stay.”

“It is up to us and Chiefs didn’t approach us.”

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