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Confirmed: Kaizer Chiefs offered R22.37 Million By Aly Ahly for their Top Star

By Lundie | self meida writer
Published 16 days ago - 28371 views

The Glamour Boys have been in a slow start so far in the leage games currently sitting on a uncomfortable position, and what makes the club suffer more is that they we're eliminated in the Nedbank Cup fixture against Richards Bay Fc.

However, there are still of their top stars who have caught the attention of one of Africa's biggest and most successful side Aly Ahly, and have already made a formal request for Khama Billiat to jojn the red devils before the transfer markets come to a close.

Aly Ahly Manger Pitso Mosimane alongside his technical team have showed a great desire to sign Billiat and this is a good timing because his contract is coming to an end with the Glamour Boys.

Many Cheifs fans have said that Billiat was not a good singing for the Glamour Boys, to rather have his contract lapse they should cash in as soon as possible.

Do you think it's wise for Amakhosi to sell Billiat? please share your thoughts on the comment section down below.



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