Banyana Banyana defender Amanda Sister has earned a move to Italian Serie A side U.S.D. San Zaccaria.
The centre-back spent the last few months playing in Hungary, having secured a move to Gyori ETO FC in September last year.
The player’s representative, Tshepo Makananise, confirmed to the Siya crew that the 26-year-old has penned a two-year deal with the Italian club.
“Amanda Sister has completed her move to Italian Serie A side Zaccaria on a two-year deal from Hungary’s Gyori ETO FC. She was bought from the Hungarian club for an undisclosed fee,” said Makananise.
Makananise has provided a list of overseas-based players under him and the countries they are at or set to go to.
Disebo Mametja (From South Africa and based in Hungary), Nedde Otieno (From Kenya and Hungary-bound), Jess Xentsa (From South Africa and with Fulham in England), Chisomo Kazisong (From Malawi and based in Austria), Shiela Makoto (From Zimbabwe and Norway-bound), Lindiwe Magwede (From Zimbabwe and Norway-bound), Linda Mothlalo (From South Africa and heading to Kansas City in USA), Holofelang Manyama (From South Africa and based in Czech Republic), Asa Rabalao (From South Africa and Hungary-bound) and Zanele Nhlapo (From South Africa and Hungary-bound).