SuperSport United’s veteran striker, Sibusiso Zuma, will not be released by the club, although could move on, should he find a better offer elsewhere.
It was recently reported in the media that that the 37-year-old would be on his way out of Matsatsantsa after being deemed surplus to requirements, however the club’s CEO has insisted that it is not the case.
Stan Matthews, the club’s CEO, says that he has committed to Zuma, although understands that his next contract will probably be his last, and would not stand in the striker’s way if he decided to leave.
Matthews told the Siya crew, “I committed to Zuma for another year, but I told him that if he did get a better offer elsewhere than that was fine. He’s a fantastic athlete and a fantastic finisher, but if he gets a better offer then he’s got to think of his future too.”
It is believed that AmaZulu are weighing up the possibility of launching a bid for the experienced striker, although his future remains uncertain.
Meanwhile, SuperSport’s head coach, Cavin Johnson, is currently taking a look at Danleigh Borman and Jabu Maluleke, before offering his recommendations as to whether the club should keep a hold of them.
By Joe Crann
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