Another South African is one his way out of the country, close to concluding a move to Asia.
Ayanda Patosi and Hendrik Ekstein were the latest South Africans to make movements abroad, with Ekstein joining up with Azerbaijani outfit Sabali FC just last night and Patosi on loan with Foolad FC in Iran in the Persian Gulf Pro League.
Already based in Europe, South African youngster, Tashreeq Matthews also made another move in Europe, joining up with Allsvenskan side Varberg BoIS.
Now, another South African is on the verge of making the move abroad. Rhulani Manzini, who received his clearance from Chippa United last month, is close to putting pen to paper on a deal with Malaysian outfit, Kelantan FA.
Indications are that there are still some final paperwork to be concluded, although the deal is expected to be done in the coming days.
Kelantan campaigns in the second tier, called the Malaysian Premier League, which only kicks off next month.
To read more on Manzini’s move to Malaysia, check out this week’s edition of Soccer Laduma, issue number 1157.