South African Police Services is stopping outgoing Kaizer Chiefs’ star’s move to Europe.
A week ago, Kaizer Chiefs announced the sale of their versatile defender Siyabonga Ngezana to Romanian giants Football Club FSCB.
FSCB paid around R12 million for the former Orlando Pirates development striker and tabled a five-year contract.
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However, the 25-year-old is yet to complete his move to Romania.
A few days ago, his new teammates underwent medical tests ahead of pre-season without his presence.
Leaving the club’s General Manager Mihai Stoica worried, as the plan was for Ngezana to gel with the team before the new season.
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But the reason behind the delays has been revealed.
The South African international is waiting for a Police Certificate Clearance(PCC) from South African Police Services.
Once he receives it, FSCB will attach it to his Romanian Visa application.
Ngezana remains hopeful of securing a Romanian visa before the club travels to the Netherlands on the 26th of June for pre-season.
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But he is likely to travel straight to the Netherlands next week upon receiving his Romanian visa.
To start his preparation for next season for his new club, which starts late next month.
Meanwhile, his former club parted ways with their first player after his departure.
Phathutshedzo Nange leaves Amakhosi after two fruitless seasons at the club.
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He is set to join Supersport United once the transfer window opens on July 1st.