Dean Furman leaving to the UK after 2019/2020 season

SuperSport United’s midfielder Dean Furman decided to part ways with Tshwane side after this season. The midfielder changed his mind and decided to join another team outside of Premier Soccer League and far from African soccer.

He was first linked to a move to Mamelodi Sundowns but then, he explained that his final destination is in the United Kingdom. The Bafana Bafana midfielder explained that he still waits on open talks with SuperSport United management. He also insists not to talk to any club at this given moment. Find out more on soccer 10 today.

Dean Furman waiting to have the talk with the club’s CEO

This experienced midfielder’s contract will expire at the end of the 2019/2020 season of PSL (Premier Soccer League) season but he remains confident to still have the talk with the club’s CEO, Stan Matthews.

“My contract is about the expire with the end of the season so I’m thinking to go back overseas. I didn’t have a talk with SuperSport United but I think that they know my position. Mostly, at the end of the season, I will be packing myself to go overseas. I am sure that I’ll have a talk with Stan Matthews (CEO) and Khulu Sibiya (chairperson) but I am still determined to go back to the United Kingdom.”


The 31-year-old player has made his decision clear about the possible move, adding that he also wants to help coach Kaitano Tembo’s players. “There is no one in particular to who I am speaking at this moment. My only focus here is to help the SuperSport United until the end of this season. We are in a good position in the league and we just took an MTN8. So, we are sitting nicely. Whatever happens for me during next season, my focus will stay purely on SuperSport United until we part ways.”

This veteran midfielder has helped Tshwane side to reach the MTN8 glory this season as they were taking two Nedbank Cup trophies but the main focus is lifting of the Premier Soccer League title. He also helped the club to reach the final of the Caf Confederation Cup back in 2017. Kaitano Tembo’s men are sitting in second place with 21 points on the PSL results log.