SuperSport United keeper Boalefa Pule completes AmaZulu switch

Pule recently made his Bafana Bafana debut in the Cosafa Cup tournament against Tanzania

AmaZulu have completed the signing of goalkeeper Boalefa Pule from SuperSport United. 

The shot-stopper will spend the upcoming season on loan at the Durban-based outfit as he looks to get more game time. 

Usuthu have an option to buy Pule outright at the end of his loan deal in June 2018. 

The 27-year-old was forced to play second fiddle to both Ronwen Williams and Reyaad Pieterse last season.

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His only appearance in the past two seasons came in the Nedbank Cup final against Orlando Pirates in 2016. 

Pule will be aiming to make a name for himself at Usuthu, who made their return to the PSL after successfully purchasing Thanda Royal Zulu's status.  

Usuthu are also interested in signing Michael Morton from the Tshwane giants ahead of the new campaign. 

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