Former Kaizer Chiefs versatile defender Siyabonga Ngezana finally leaves the country.
Kaizer Chiefs earlier last month announced a shocking sale of Siyabonga Ngezana to Romanian giants Football Club FCSB.
The former Orlando Pirates youth development striker joined the Romanian club on a five-year deal.
FCSB is reported to have paid a fee of around R12 million.
Despite the move going through, the player has struggled to travel to Europe to complete his childhood dream.
WHAT DELAYED SIYABONGA NGEZANA FROM COMPLETING HIS EUROPEAN DREAM MOVE!
The Police Clearance Certificate(PCC), which is issued by the South African Police Service(SAPS).
The PPC is supposed to be attached with the VISA application, caused the delay.
Leaving FSCB’s hierarchy frustrated, as the player will not get enough time to gel with the players.
FSCB’S HIERARCHY ABOUT THE NGEZANA’S SITUATION!
“Our problems at the moment is[are] bringing Siya[to Romania].
“There are some problems with the [VISA].
“Today’s feedback is not good at all, but I hope we can find understanding from the authorities,” FSCB Sporting Director Mihai Stoica said.
“He’s a footballer, though, and the season starts in less than a month.
“He must at least get to know his teammates.”
However, the FSCB family don’t have to wait for their new additions’ arrival anymore, as he is headed to join them.
NGEZANA LEAVING HIS FAMILY AND THE COUNTRY!
Yesterday, the 25-year-old shared a video clip on his Instagram story @siyabonga_ngezana, leaving his home family in Sobekeng, Gauteng.
Seemingly heading to the Netherlands where his new teammates are currently having a pre-season.