PSL News 4.5.2016 01:04 pm

Musonda seeks PSL return

FILE PICTURE: Joseph Musonda (L) in action for Polokwane City against  Black Aces  in November 2014. (Photo by Dirk Kotze/Gallo Images)

FILE PICTURE: Joseph Musonda (L) in action for Polokwane City against Black Aces in November 2014. (Photo by Dirk Kotze/Gallo Images)

Former Golden Arrows, Polokwane City and Free State Stars player Joseph Musonda is seeking a return to the Absa Premiership.

The Zambian is currently with Nkana FC in his native country, but now with his contract set to expire in June, he is hoping for a move back in the PSL.

“I’m still here in Zambia playing for Nkana FC and was just helping them but my contract ends in June,” he told Africanfootball.

“I was here to help but I’m interested in coming back to the PSL provided an opportunity is available. I’m open to training with any club and see what’s coming up and then take it from there but we’ll see between now and June.”

Musonda last played in the Absa Premiership in 2014 when he played for City, but only spent one season with the Limpopo outfit before returning to his home country.

“I’m still fit and can do the job, I think I know the PSL and can adapt at any time because I still want to play the game at high level.”

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