- Bafana Bafana star Bongani Zungu is set to move away from French club Amiens following their relegation
- Although he was previously linked with Spanish side Real Mallorca, Scottish giants Rangers have reportedly shown strong interest
- Rangers coach Steven Gerrard is believed to be an admirer of Zungu and has already made enquiries
Bafana Bafana star Bongani Zungu is believed to be moving away from French side Amiens at the end of the season.
Zungu considered his options before but a move away may become an eventuality now that their relegation has been confirmed.
Initial reports suggested that Zungu attracted the interest of a Spanish suitor in the form of Real Mallorca but another club may be interested.
France Football reported that Zungu may form part of the Rangers' plans for next season.
The Scottish giants are reportedly interested with coach Steven Gerrard liaising with various sources regarding the midfielder's abilities.
A move to Rangers would offer Zungu several attractive benefits. The club has a rich history and has dominated the Scottish league previously.
Zungu would also get the chance to work with Gerrard, who is seen as one of Europe's most promising young coaches.
Briefly.co.za understands that a move for the 27-year-old would cost approximately €3 million (R57 million).
Previously, Briefly.co.za reported that Zungu revealed how Yaya Toure inspired him while growing up.
In his youth, Zungu continuously watched footage of the former Manchester City legend.
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