Bonginkosi Ntuli will be returning to Mamelodi Sundowns at the end of the 2014/15 Absa Premiership season without any discussions.
The striker is currently on loan with AmaZulu, having joined the Durban-based side in January, for the second half of the season.
Ntuli is re-discovering his form and has been scoring goals for the struggling Steve Barker-coached side.
He has been showing why he was signed by Sundowns from Golden Arrows at the end of last season. The 23-year-old has scored in each of the last three games for AmaZulu.
Ntuli has contributed hugely to the team’s resurgence, in the games leading up to the end of the season.
According to a source close Sundowns, the Pietermaritzburg-born player will pack his bags and travel to Tshwane at the end of his loan deal for a chance to compete with the other strikers in Pitso Mosimane’s team.
“Bonginkosi Ntuli is a Sundowns player. He will be returning to the club at the end of his loan deal with AmaZulu. As things stand, there is no chance of him staying with AmaZulu or joining any other club because he belongs to Sundowns,” said the source.
Bryce Moon, Punch Masenamela, Luyolo Nomandela and Mukuka Mulenga are some of the Sundowns players on loan at other PSL clubs this season.
As things stand, Masenamela is the only player that is unlikely to return to Sundowns, as his contract with the club is coming to an end in June.