Despite approaching his 39th’ birthday, it seems that Sibusiso Zuma is still attracting interest from PSL outfits.
At the age of 38 it seems that retirement is a possible option for the veteran come the end of the season when his SuperSport United contract comes to an end, although it appears that there are still teams willing to take a chance on him.
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Zuma first returned to the PSL in 2008 after a successful spell in Europe, representing the likes of Mamelodi Sundowns, Vasco da Gama and Matsatsantsa in the division having made his name at Orlando Pirates.
Now, with his SuperSport United contract due to expire in June, it remains to be seen whether he will be offered a new deal at the club or look for one more season elsewhere.
A source explained to the Siya crew, “His contract at SuperSport comes to an end in June, but there are a couple of other PSL clubs that are keeping a close eye on him.”
AmaZulu were reported to be keen on landing Zuma before the start of this season, and it could be that Usuthu are one of the clubs willing to offer Zuma a short-term deal when his current contract expires in June.
By Joe Crann
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