Bafana star to snub Kaizer Chiefs to join Siyabonga Ngezana? 

Bafana star to snub Kaizer Chiefs to join Siyabonga Ngezana? 

Kaizer Chiefs are in the market searching for forwards that can boost their attacker ahead of the next season. 

One of the forwards Chiefs were believed to have on the list is Bafana Bafana star Luther Singh, for free. 

Singh was linked to Chefs

Singh has been a free agent since the turn of the year, after being released by Serbian side FK Cukaricki. There he only managed to score 2 goals in 10 appearances. Since moving from Portugal to Denmark, it has gone downhill for the former youth international. Maybe a move back to South Africa playing for Chiefs could be exactly what he needs. It could help him regain his confidence and give him a chance to revive his international career. He has not been part of the national team plans under Hugo Broos since 2021.

It was recently reported by this publication that Chiefs had opened talks with Singh for a move to Naturena. Things had then gone quiet with Amakhosi getting increasingly linked with other Bafana Bafana forwards instead. The likes of Elias Mokwana, Iqraam Rayners and Oswin Appollis. Now according to the latest from iDIski Times the winger could be on his way to FCSB instead!

Seems to be joining FCSB, however

“Romanian giants FCSB are said to be closing in on signing  Bafana Bafana Bafana and former FC Copenhagen forward Luther Singh after talks with his representatives. Information received by iDiski Times states that Singh is edging closer to joining Siyabonga Ngezana’s club FCSB after they had talks with his representatives. Should the deal go through, Singh will be the second South African to be signed by FCSB in a space of a year after former  Kaizer Chiefs defender Ngezana, who joined the Romanian champions in August 2023, winning the league title in his debut season.” Wrote the publication. 

It remains to be seen if Chiefs ever got as far as making an official bid for Singh. Either way, it now looks like he is staying Europe with FCSB.