A former Chippa United striker has completed a move to a club in the Malaysian second tier.
As reported last week by the Siya crew, Rhulani Manzini was close to putting pen to paper on a deal with Kelantan FA, a club in the Malaysian Premier League.
Manzini received his clearance from Chippa in December last year, this after spending three seasons all together at the Port Elizabeth outfit.
It has since been confirmed to the Siya crew that the 31-year-old has received all the necessary paperwork, such as his work permit and is now eligible to play for the Malaysian side.
Manzini has put pen to paper on a 10-month contract, which will see him at the club until, at least, November this year.
The Malaysian Premier League will run from February to July this year, as there are only 12 teams in the league.