It has been reported that Kaizer Chiefs are keeping tabs on a Ugandan international defender who is believed to be getting closer to making a move to the Premier Soccer League.
According to a report by the Siya crew, the center back for the Cranes, Halid Lwaliwa, is understood to be inching closer to a switch to the DStv Premiership in the current transfer window. AmaZulu is believed to be frontrunners for his signature, as confirmed by close sources from Uganda. The move is expected to take place in the coming weeks.
After spending the past eight years with the Ugandan club Vipers, the player has decided against signing a contract extension with the organization in order to explore other opportunities for his professional career.
The most recent information coming out of Uganda indicates that Chiefs are keeping a close eye on the 25-year-old defender who can play on either the left or the right side of the center back position.
The information that Halid Lwaliwa is desired by one of the major clubs in South Africa was confirmed by the source. "It's true," the source said.
However, the source did confirm that Usuthu remain in pole position to land the player's signature, should he make the switch to Mzansi in the coming weeks. This is the confirmation that the source provided.
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