Absa Premiership

No more loan moves for Ntuli - agent

2018-07-18 11:45
Bonginkosi Ntuli and Happy Jele (Gallo Images)

Cape Town - Mamelodi Sundowns striker Bonginkosi Ntuli will not be entertaining offers for a loan move as he looks to fight for his place in the team, according to his representative Mandla Mthembu.

Ntuli joined Masandawana from Golden Arrows in 2014, but since January 2015, he has consistently been loaned out.

The 27-year-old was sent to AmaZulu before ending up at Platinum Stars for the next three seasons.

Mthembu has revealed that he is throwing all his eggs into the Sundowns basket.

“We are not entertaining any other loan move again,” Mthembu told Soccer Laduma website.

“Bongi needs to go back (to Sundowns) and fight for the jersey and for his place in the team.”

It remains unclear whether Ntuli is in Pitso Mosimane's plans for the season ahead, however, the forward will be looking to capitalise on the recent departure of Khama Billiat and the imminent sale of Percy Tau.

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