Kaizer Chiefs will be smiling all the way to the bank following the departure of Siyabonga Ngezana.
The Academy graduate secured a blockbuster move to Romanian Lige 1 powerhouse Fotbal Club FCSB, formerly known as Steaua Bucharesti!
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Ngezana’s departure is the second of it’s nature, following fellow academy star Njabulo Blom’s departure to the MLS in January!
While his defensive attributes will be missed at Naturena, the club have reportedly earned a handsome payout from the Romanian giants!
Kaizer Chiefs bank whopping R12 million for Ngezana?
According to Transfermarkt, Fotbal Club FCSB forked out €600 000 to land the Amakhosi defender.
That means the club fetched approximately R12 million for their academy graduate!
Ngezana made 123 appearances for Chiefs, scoring six goals, since being promoted to the first team in 2016.
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In other news, former Kaizer Chiefs midfielder Dumisani Zuma is a free agent again!
Zuma was released by the Amakhosi last year, and joined AmaZulu as a free agent.
According to the latest reports, Usuthu have opted against extending his contract at the club!
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This means that the former Bloemfontein Celtic star is once again a free agent, and can join any club with immediate effect!
Zuma made 21 appearances for AmaZulu, scoring just one goal in his time at the club.
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Former Amakhosi man becomes a free agent again
“SABC Sport can reveal AmaZulu FC will not trigger the option on Dumisani Zuma’s contract, effectively making the striker a free agent.” a SABC SPORT report read.
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