Kaizer Chiefs currently has a host of stars they own who are not at the club currently who are out on loan, and is seems that there is one who may be deemed ready to play for the glamor boys after his loan spell.
There has been speculation that Given Thibedi will be used as leverage to broker a deal, the link between striker Ruzaigh Gamaldien and Kaizer Chief is the reason such as been speculated. But it seems Kaizer Chiefs plan to bring back the youngster.
The Soweto giants have deemed the player ripe , and Swallows FC have made it clear that he is a Kaizer Chiefs player . There isn't agreement for a swap deal as people have been led to think, and the only agreement that is in place is the one for him to remain on loan till end of the season.
Thibedi is highly favored by Amakhosi fans, and it is a bonus that he is an academy graduate.
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