KwaZulu-Natal outfit AmaZulu has already started bolstering their squad as they recently signed two youngsters from Zimbabwe and Namibia for next seasonCoach Craig Rosslee has told Goal that it is vital to grasp players as soon as possible because of the high competition in the transfer market. This might be one of the reasons why two new signings were brought to Durban's AmaZulu early.
The first player is Bret Amidu who is just seventeen years of age and hails from Zimbabwe. Amidu is not a stranger to the football arena as his older brother Brian Amidu plays for Black Leopards. Despite his brother having played professionally, the younger Amidu has gained valuable experience with Zimbabwe’s Highlanders.
The other player is just four years older, and his name is Sadney Urikhob. Both players signed a two year pre–contract and will rejoin the team when they return for pre-season in June 24. Both players are offensive midfielders and that might work to the advantage of the coach in hoping to score more goals next season.
Other players that are said to be assessed by USuthu are a Ghanaian striker, a Zimbabwean striker and an experienced local-based leftback.