The defender says he was contacted by his former Genk coach Frank Vercauteren who now mentors Brugge in Belgium.
“I am one person who speaks the truth, I am honest. I have been in touch with Cercle Brugge and I have been in touch with the coach also. But I still have a contract because he asked me what’s the situation with me,” Ngcongca said.
“I told him that I still have one year left, with an option. But we will speak at the end of the season. I can’t say I want to leave, but it will depend on my agent and the club. We shall see at the end of the season,” he added.
“Belgium is like a second home. I know every corner in Belgium and I can’t say I won’t go back. It will depend what my mind tells me at the end of the season and if they can have an agreement with Sundowns. I can’t complain about Belgium, I love it to death and that’s why I say we will see at the end of the season,” concluded the defender who spent over 10 years playing in Europe.
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