Sheffield Wednesday target and Vitoria Guimaraes player Bongani Zungu has told South African publication Record via Sports Witness that he could move as he is at a selling club.
There had been reports over the last few weeks that as part of Sheffield Wednesday’s search for a new midfielder, they had become interested in Zungu and could make an offer of €3.5m, just over £3m in pounds. However it seemed like the Owls were out of the race when his current club Vitoria revealed that they would be looking for a lot more than that as they didn’t want to sell Zungu, pricing Wednesday out of a move.
However the deal may be back on again as Zungu is looking to leave Vitoria and has said this team is a selling club so he doesn’t expect them to stand in his way. He would also say that he is very happy to see that there are teams that would be willing to sign him and if one of them was to make an offer, he would be interested in moving to them.
He said: “It’s a very big honour to see so many clubs interested in my services,”
“I’m at a selling club. They develop players and later sell us, that’s what they do. It’s one of the reasons why I came to Vitória. My hope is that they allow me, if I get some good offer, to leave. That’s how football works. And I say that because people in Guimarães like me, they appreciate my work.”