Premier Soccer League outfit AmaZulu have reportedly put a price tag on their number one striker Bongi Ntuli after several PSL teams revealed their interest in the forward.
The 29-year-old former Mamelodi Sundowns forward has reportedly drawn the interest of the Buccaneers and Stellenbosch FC, with Usuthu said to have placed a R10 million price tag on him.
Ntuli had an impressive season so far having scored 12 league goals, two behind top-scorer Gabadinho Mhango, and is now said to be on the radar of the Soweto giants.
“I want to put it straight: He is not for sale. There’s no-one who has contacted us about the services of Bongi Ntuli,” Usuthu team manager Qedi Dlamini said as quoted by IOL.
“If we do get to a point where we have to part ways or transfer him, it won’t be a cheap transaction. That one is for sure, it won’t be a cheap transaction because he is worth over R10m now. He is an investment for us. There’s no club locally that can pay that amount of money.
“We will only entertain an approach from outside the country and then we will put a price that will be beneficial for him and the club financially.”
The KwaZulu-Natal-based club could, however, consider selling the in-form forward considering his age and the uncertainty about his performance next season.