Absa Premiership

Zungu has Champion League desires

2015-11-25 09:34
Bongani Zungu (Gallo Images)

Cape Town - Mamelodi Sundowns midfielder Bongani Zungu admits that he dreams of playing the UEFA Champions League.

Club coach, Pitso Mosimane, confirmed that Zungu is set to leave Chloorkop for Europe at the end of the current Absa Premiership campaign.

According to KickOff, Zungu reveals that he sees himself playing overseas and dreams of playing against the likes of Manchester United and Real Madrid.

“Yes, I want to play overseas. That is on my mind and I’m clear about that,” Zungu reveals. “Every day I see myself being one of the best overseas and my mind is set on going to Europe.”

“I want to play in the Champions League against the best players. I dream about playing against Real Madrid, Bayern Munich and Manchester United. And if there is one country I would love to play in, it has to be Spain.

“The Spanish play football on the ground; they are patient and don’t panic. They don’t change how they play football.”

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