- Bafana Bafana midfielder Bongani Zungu is rumoured to be on his way out of the Scottish side and return to France
- Currently on loan at Rangers SC, Zungu is set to return to his parent club, Amiens SC that plies its trade in the French Ligue2
- His coach at Amiens SC, has spoken out about the Bafana midfielder who is expected to return to Amiens
Bafana Bafana midfielder Bongani Zungu could leave Rangers FC and possibly return to France to play for Amiens SC.
Latest media reports in Scotland suggest that the former Mamelodi Sundowns star has fallen out of favour under manager and his future remains with the French outfit.
Zungu also known as Ben 10, is on loan at Rangers from the French Ligue 2 outfit in the January transfer window but he has seemingly failed to impress and land a permanent deal with the manager Steven Gerrard's outfit.
However, Amiens manager Oswald Tanchot has now confirmed that the Bafana midfielder is set to return to France once his loan officially ends. Oswald told Courrier Picard according to KickOff:
"This season we have used 40 players which is far, far too much. It's hard to create anything with that turnaround.
"For next season, we won't have the services of loan players Molla Wague and Racine Coly who will return to their parent club. But we will have Bongani Zungu back, who has a year left of his contract with us."
Meanwhile, the former University of Pretoria player has managed to make 20 appearances for Rangers in all competitions as they won the SPL title for the first time in a decade.
Zungu was due to become a free agent in the upcoming off-season but signed a one-year extension with Amiens before his exit in order to complete the move to Scotland - with a £2.5-million (R50m) price tag set for a permanent switch.
According to reports by City Press McCarthy will take his lieutenants with him, Siyabonga Nomvethe as the assistant coach and Moneeb Josephs as goalkeeper coach.
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