Kaizer Chiefs are set to welcome Royal Antwerp goalkeeper Molefe back to Belgium this weekend. Molefe spent his last training session in Antwerp on Thursday to complete his monthly experience at the club, and will now return to South Africa.
Molefe traveled to Belgium with Mduduzi Shabalala on 12 April and his trial was to last only one month.
and a month has already passed, which means that Molefi will return to The Naturena to continue playing football, waiting for an answer from Antwerp.
Molefe is a 19-year-old goaltender who signed with the Chiefs at age 16 but remains an exceptional reserve team player.
This is because Molefe was still a researcher at the time, struggling to fit in with his high-level football studies.
Molevi, born in Mondeur, started his football career in the amateur club Mondeur Meteors before later joining Gabes Football Club.
His breakthrough in academic football came when he signed with Mpumalanga Black Aces Academy, but at Youth Development Academy he really stepped up his game.
Molefe is 1.90 meters tall and meets the minimum requirements for a goalkeeper trained by European teams.
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