Former Vodacom Bulls and Springbok wing Jamba Ulengo is reportedly exploring the possibility of joining the Kings ahead of the 2019-20 Pro14 season.
Ulengo signed for the Bulls from the Free State in 2014 and made his Test debut for the Springboks against Wales in 2016.
But the winger has been battling a recurring knee injury since then, and after struggling for game time at the Bulls he returned to the Cheetahs late last year.
Ulengo last played for the Free State two weeks ago in a warm-up match against Griquas in preparation for the Provincial Rugby Challenge.
According to Netwerk24.com, Ulengo is now keen on a move to the Kings to revive his career. He is reportedly undergoing a medical to prove his fitness and earn a contract.
Meanwhile, former Lions centre Howard Mnisi is believed to be going through the same procedure at the Kings. The 29-year-old has also been struggling with a knee injury.
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