“Yes, Sithebe is going to Chiefs if they have concluded everything with him or at the very least at the end of the season,” Zungu said, as per SunSport.
“If they want to take him now, we informed them that this is what we want, and we still reserve our rights to take legal actions to the highest court.
“Chiefs weren’t honest in the deal because they agreed terms without the January window being opened in signing a pre-contract (when the player is left with six-month).
“In December, when we were on holiday, they had completed everything with him and you know the window only opened on 1 January. “
Zungu has already made it clear that Sithebe will not play for AmaZulu again.
“He won’t wear the Usuthu jersey again in the second half of the season,” the Usuthu president added.
“That shows we are not very happy about the way he’s leaving the club.
“This one exploded and it smells bad, and the reason for that is because of his agent and the club that wanted him.”
Having finished last season as runners-up in the DStv Premiership, the current campaign has been more of a struggle for AmaZulu.
Although they are in fifth place in the log with 27 points after 20 matches, they have played as many as three more games than a number of teams below them in the standings.
Benni McCarthy’s men will next be in action in a blockbuster Nedbank Cup Round of 32 match away against Orlando Pirates on Sunday, 6 February at 15:00.
Thereafter, AmaZulu will travel to Sudan for their first CAF Champions League group stage match against Raja Casablanca on Friday, 11 February.
Their next league assignment will be at home against TS Galaxy on Wednesday, 16 February at 17:00