AmaZulu FC are proud to announce the signing of Siphelele Magubane on a three-year-deal.
The 26-year-old left-winger put pen to paper earlier today, following discussions with the club’s General Manager, Lunga Sokhela.
Magubane says he is ready to fight for his place in the first team and looks forward to getting started.
“I’m honoured to have signed with Usuthu at this time in my career. I think I have a lot to offer this great club. There are many talented players in the squad and a good coach who I think can improve me as a player,” he said. “I’m confident that we can push on for silverware this year and make the fans proud as we head into the second half of the season.”
Originally from Mandini, in Northern-KZN, Magubane had been plying his trade at local rivals, Golden Arrows, before joining Usuthu.
The acquisition of Magubane follows that of Slovakian striker, Milos Lacny, with both signings providing additional depth to AmaZulu’s attacking ranks.
Sokhela says he’s pleased with the business done by the club so far this transfer window.
“We have been working hard behind the scenes on a few deals, both players that we have brought in look promising and hopefully they can hit the ground running for us,” he said.
“Magubane is an exciting player and Lacny is one with experience in his department, I’m sure we have made the right choices in bringing these players on board.”Share