Kaizer Chiefs young person Mduduzi Shabalala could be set for Spanish goliaths Barcelona toward the finish of the period, the Siya team has been educated.
As revealed by Soccer Laduma in release 1258, the Catalan goliaths have connected with Amakhosi about the chance of having the 17-year-old aggressor over for an evaluation, albeit no conventional arrangement has been reached.
Presently, sources up to date have informed the group that Shabalala will probably make the excursion to Barcelona in June, where he will be surveyed by the club's renowned La Masia Academy.
"Contact was made by La Masia, however nothing has been affirmed at this point. They were actually looking at the potential outcomes of having him over, most likely around June," the source informed the group.
Shabalala has seen his stock quickly rise both for the Chiefs save group where he has been one of the champion entertainers for mentor Vela Khumalo, just as for the Chiefs first group where he has been roped in by mentor Stuart Baxter during the club's overwhelming COVID-19 episode.
Shabalala was set to fly out to Spain for a different outing in the wake of being delegated the COSAFA Under-17 Player of the Tournament in 2020, where he was chosen by the Technical Study Group for a LaLiga advancement experience, which would see him get the chance to notice the football life in Spain and train with a neighborhood group, in spite of the fact that COVID-19 implied that the outing was canceled.
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