‘Drogba’ has endured a frustrating time at Pirates following the arrivals of Benni McCarthy and Collins Mbesuma, slipping down the pecking order and spending more time in the stands then on the field.
The Buccaneers recently turned down a trial offer for the player in Israel – a baffling move considering he has not played for some time and that his contract expires at the end of the season.
Ndulula’s agent, Tim Sukazi, says the player could remain at the club, but some things will need to change.
“There has been no contact from Pirates with regards to a new contract, but should they offer us a new one we will definitely look at it,” Sukazi tells KickOff.com. “However, we will need some guarantees of game-time.
“At least three PSL club have already been in contact with us, and what we are looking for now is to get the boy playing regularly. If that can be at Pirates, all the better, but we will need some guarantees from the club.”