Absa Premiership

Ndulula plays down Chiefs talk

2014-11-21 09:22
Bongani Ndulula (Gallo Images)
Cape Town - AmaZulu striker Bongani Ndulula has looked to distance himself from reports he could be playing for Kaizer Chiefs by next season.

The Bafana Bafana international has risen to prominence recently, having helped the national team qualify for the 2015 Africa Cup of Nations as Group A winners, netting two goals during that campaign.

His form has unsurprisingly led to claims of a move away from Usuthu, where he is contracted to until June 2015, but the forward is preferring to focus on the task at hand in Durban.

"I am concentrating on my job with AmaZulu at the moment,” Ndulula is quoted as saying by KickOff.com.

"I don’t know anything about Chiefs, except from reading the newspapers.

"It’s up to AmaZulu if they still want me next season. If they don’t want me, then I am open to negotiations.”

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