- Former Kaizer Chiefs player Dumisani Zuma's agent has laughed off rumours of the wayward midfielder joining Royal AM next season
- In a bombshell that many saw coming, the Amakhosi parted ways with the 27-year-old after repeated disciplinary issues
- With a well-known publication linking Zuma with a move to Durban, his agent did not pull any punches mocking the website
The silly season is in full swing when it comes to the transfer market and the rumours emanating from it.
However, the agent of the wayward Dumisani Zuma is not going to stand for lies about his client. Basia Michaels has taken aim at journalists for peddling fake news about the next destination of the 27-year-old midfielder after being sacked by Kaizer Chiefs for disciplinary issues.
Kick Off reported that Royal AM was in the process of hijacking a rumoured deal between Zuma and Amazulu, which has been repeatedly linked with him since his departure from Naturena.
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In response to the article, Michaels tweeted:
"This is why I have a problem with journalist during this time of the year!!! This is an absolute lie!!!! Why would you want to cause chaos and turmoil in peoples lives!!! It just doesn’t make sense to me!!"
A "source" had supposedly told Kick Off:
"There are many things that can happen in the Zuma issue at the moment, AmaZulu can agree with him, but also they can disagree with him. On the other hand, their neighbours Royal AM have made a very high offer for some of the players Usuthu are bidding for.
"Remember Royal AM and AmaZulu are the biggest spending teams in KZN. Royal AM are going to be competing in Africa next season too, so they are prepared to pay a lot of money."
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The transfer season in South Africa is well underway.
As reported by Sports Brief, the Premier Soccer League’s clubs have been busy and numerous big names have already been released. Other sides have shown their intent by acquiring the services of talented players.
Keeping track of who has gone where is daunting, so stick with us as we keep you updated with the latest confirmed transfer news affecting the DStv Premiership.