Bongani Zungu appears to be inching closer to making his long-awaited return to action for Amiens.
Zungu, who was strongly linked with a move away from Amiens during the off-season, returned to France from South Africa earlier this month after he was previously reported to have faced Covid-19-related travel complications.
The Bafana Bafana international's delay in making his way back to Europe meant he missed the club's pre-season and his reintegration into the first-team squad was hindered even further by a mandatory seven-day quarantine period upon his return.
Zungu, who hasn't played a competitive match since April during a loan spell with Scottish champions Rangers, has since completed his period of self-isolation but has been made to train separately from his teammates in order to improve his conditioning.
The 28-year-old has been mooted for a possible return to action after next month's international break and appears to have made good progress, having formed part of the squad's recent team-building session at Multiball Amiens.
There, he and his teammates took part in a programme that included inter-squad competitions in Teqball, squash, padel tennis and badminton, among other activities.
Zungu's imminent return comes as a massive boost for Amiens who currently find themselves in the relegation play-off zone, having earned just eight points from the opening ten matches of the campaign.
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