Zungu: I'm ready for LaLiga or EPL

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Bongani Zungu has major transfer plans ahead of his sixth season in Europe since leaving Mamelodi Sundowns.

Zungu, 27, was denied a switch to Real Mallorca in January after his Ligue 1 club Amiens failed to secure a replacement on transfer deadline day.

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It was the latest blow to his ambitions of playing football in LaLiga, having previously been strongly linked with a switch to Barcelona-based club Espanyol.

After five seasons since leaving Sundowns, the technically gifted midfielder concedes it's time for a new challenge to further his development.

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"I think the club understands and they know that I'm looking to spread my wings, to get a new challenge, and to be honest, I'm ready for that," Zungu told GetFrenchFootballNews.

"But you don't know what the future holds. I love the club; the president is amazing, and the fans…But personally, I would like to move on with my career, and hopefully, it happens.

"I would love to play in Spain, in La Liga. I think the league is nice, the teams play football, and yeah, I would like to hopefully get a club in Spain."

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Despite the drama and disappointment of his move failing whilst he was already in the city of Mallorca, Zungu's ambitions of playing at the highest level of club football remains a burning desire.

"Honestly, I don't know if you heard…I almost left in January. I would like to play in the Champions League or maybe one day play in England. I don’t know, you never know!

"So, play in the Champions League, play in England or in La Liga in one of the big teams."