The 38-year-old Zuma will remain in Tshwane next season after signing a one-year contract with Matsatsantsa on Tuesday
By Ernest Makhaya
Former Orlando Pirates striker Sibusiso Zuma has signed a one-year contract with SuperSport United ending speculation that he might leave the club.
Zuma was offered a new contract by United in June, but the 38-year-old was believed to be unsatisfied with the offer and demanded a two-year deal.
However, the two parties have finally reached an agreement and Zuma will remain with the Tshwane side for at least another season.
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“Zuma is still our player and he is not going anywhere after signing a one-year contract on Tuesday,” SuperSport United’s David Skhosana told Goal.
The KwaZulu Natal-born forward was linked with a move to neighbours University of Pretoria, but he will have to honour his contract before considering any move away from the club.Zuma will become the oldest in-field player in the PSL this coming season, with the likes of Lucky Lekgwathi, Matthew Booth and Siyabonga Nomvethe a few months behind him.
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