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Royals to continue talks over Sunzu

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Reading will continue talks with TP Mazembe in the hope that they can sign Zambia defender Stoppila Sunzu after the conclusion of the African Nations Cup.

Sunzu, 24, was on trial at Reading, but has had to fly to South Africa to help his country's defence of their African Nations Cup title. Reading were impressed with how the centre-back performed during his spell at the club, with whom he also trained six years ago, and will continue their dialogue with the player's DR Congo-based club over the forthcoming weeks.

Director of football Nick Hammond told Reading's website: "We had a very good week with him here, we had been trying to bring him across since the summer and this was the first opportunity we had. He was here as a young boy a few years ago so it was great to see him again."

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