Kaizer Chiefs acquired the services of the Zimbabwe international in 2002, during Ertugral’s first spell in charge of the Soweto glamour club.
Nengomasha played under Ertugral during both his spells at the club (1999-2003 and 2007-2009) and has made almost 200 appearances for Amakhosi winning a string of awards, accolades and trophies along the way.
But media speculation is rife linking the 27-year-old with a reunion with Ertugral who took up a post with Turkish Super League outfit Sivasspor earlier this season.
The player himself told this website there is no deal in place just yet, although he did reveal that he expects to leave Naturena in the future so as to further his career.
When asked about his proposed move to Turkey, Nengomasha said: “On those reports, there is nothing concrete as yet.
“But obviously I will leave Chiefs one day, I cannot say I will stay here forever. In life you never know your next destination because you don’t know God’s plans for your life so if a good opportunity comes I will
“Everyone at Kaizer Chiefs has been good to me but footballers always come and go at clubs. One day I might have to move or maybe one day I won’t do as well as they expect and they will offload me. So, either way I will move one day.” — Football365.co.za.