SA striker set for Bulgarian switch
Posted: 22 May 2018 Time: 18:30
South Africa striker Lars Veldwijk is reportedly on the move once again after falling out of favour with management at Eredivisie outfit FC Groningen.
Veldwijk returned to the Eredivisie after an indifferent spell in the Belgian Pro League with KV Kortrijk and looked promising during the early stages of the campaign.
After four goals in eight league starts in the Dutch top-flight, the towering forward was suspended by the club for allegedly refusing to warm up as a second-half substitute.
Despite denying the allegations, RTV Noord confirmed the Holland-born striker will be allowed to leave on a free transfer, paving the way for a move to Bulgarian giants CSKA Sofia.
The report further stated that the one-time capped Bafana Bafana man will undergo a medical with the 31-time Bulgarian champions, who finished second in the Premier Division and qualified for next season's UEFA Europa League.