Dean Furman has revealed his plan for life after SuperSport United.
The 31-year-old Bafana Bafana international will be returning to the United Kingdom once his contract with SuperSport comes to an end on June 30, although, as expected, it could be some time before he lands himself a new club due to the circumstances caused by COVID-19.
Furman announced his plans to leave the club a few months ago, although not without management and his teammates trying to pursue him to stay.
In an exclusive interview with Soccer Laduma, the midfielder revealed what his current situation is as he looks to plan for life after SuperSport.
“The plans have been put on hold for now. The world is in a bit of a crisis now and football has been dramatically affected. This would have been a prime time to speak to clubs and to start seeing what interest is out there. But things are a bit on hold at the moment, so for me it’s probably going to be a difficult few months of waiting and seeing what’s out there. Hopefully things start to improve with the Coronavirus in the near future,” he said.
To read the full exclusive interview with Furman where he also discusses:
- How his teammates tried to convince him to stay at the club.
- His opinion on Ronwen Williams taking over the captain’s armband.
- Looking back at his journey with SuperSport United.
Check out this week’s edition of Soccer Laduma, issue number 1169.