Aces, Amazulu discuss Amidu

Brett Amidu’s prospects of playing in the South African Premiership received a boost this week after it emerged Amazulu and the Aces Youth Academy (AYSA) were close to agreeing a deal over his transfer.

According to sources, the parties were close to reaching an agreement that would resolve the wrangle that has stalled the attacking midfielder’s career.

Aces founder and director, Nigel Munyati, confirmed talks were ongoing with Amazulu, but could not shed more light. “We are currently in discussions with Amazulu over the transfer. He is in Durban as he signed a contract with them,” said Munyati.

The 17-year-old Amidu, younger brother to Black Leopards striker Abbas, signed a two-year contract with the ambitious Durban-based side ahead of the start of the ongoing Absa Premiership campaign.

It later emerged Amazulu had still not paid AYSA the transfer fee for the youth international and did not register him with the Premier Soccer League) as chances of him playing had initially looked dim.

Amidu, who is rated highly by coach Craig Rosslee, can only be registered with the PSL during the January transfer window period.

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