Bafana Bafana international, Bongani Zungu’s departure from French outfit, Amiens FC seems imminent at this point, with the player already linked with a top European club.
Amiens were officially relegated from the French Ligue 1 with 10 games to go, after the season was cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic, though there was a suggestion that the league for next season could be expanded to 22 teams in order to accommodate both Toulouse and Amiens.
However, the LFP voted against this decision, which means that Zungu’s side along with Toulouse will turn out in Ligue 2 next season.
Zungu has since been eyeing a move away from the French outfit and the latest news according to France Football, is that Scottish giants Rangers FC, have made an approach for the player.
“France Football report that Scottish outfit Rangers have made an initial approach for 27-year-old South African international defensive midfielder Bongani Zungu,” getfootballnewsfrance.com said on their official website.
“Under contract until June 2021, Zungu was approached back in January by RCD Mallorca and still has interest from LaLiga. However, Steven Gerrard’s side recently made enquiries about the player’s quality from various sources.
“Strasbourg also like his profile, with ASC seeking between €2m to €3m in order to part with the ex-Vitoria SC talent,” the website added.