Swallows FC is still interested in securing the services of kaizer Chiefs, midfielder Given Thibedi on a permanent transfer.
Thibedi is one of the players who was loaned out by Kaizer Chiefs to Swallows last season and played a big role, in helping the club gain automatic promotion to the DSTV Premiership.
After training for a short with Amakhosi after the club received a transfer ban. They decided that the 23-year-old and other three players should eeturned to Swallows for their second spell on loan spell. The other players have now been since recalled by Kaizer Chiefs
According to Soccer-laduma Thibedi loan deal will end on 30 June. But the club is working hard behind the scenes to make sure, he stays with the them beyond the expiry of his contract.
Thibedi has played an important role in Swallows FC success, this season he has made 11 appearances and has been one of the standout players for the club, in their unbeaten run in the DSTV Premiership.
The Dube Birds coach Brandon Truter has made it clear that he wants, the kaizer Chiefs development products to stay with the team permanently.
He is still a Chiefs player, but we are hoping to get a deal done somehow to keep him here with the club, Truter told Soccer-laduma.
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