Absa Premiership

Ngcongca claims Sundowns move

2016-08-29 20:08
Anele Ngcongca (Gallo Images)

Cape Town - Bafana Bafana defender Anele Ngcongca has told Belgian media that he has joined South African Premier league champions Mamelodi Sundowns.

Ngcongca recently left Belgium club Genk after it as agreed my mutual consent to end his contract.

Following that, the Cape Town-born right-back has been quoted by Belgian football publication VoetbalNieuws as saying that he is on the way to Sundowns.

"I have signed a four-year contract with Mamelodi Sundowns," he said.

However, Ngcongca's agent Mike Makaab told Times Media Digital that no deal has yet been penned with the Brazilians.

"Honestly‚ nothing has been finalised," said Makaab, who did add that he expects the player's future to be decided early this week before the Premiership transfer window closes on Wednesday.

Ngcongca has been at Genk since 2007, having started his career in South Africa's National First Division with the Cape-based FC Fortune.

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