Kaizer Chiefs are reportedly facing a stern competition for one of the club's target.
Amakhosi are already preparing for next season after concluding their season at the weekend.
The club have already started going to the market to look for potential signing for the next season.
However Amakhosi have been met with a stern competition in their pursuit for the former Orlando Pirates star.
According to reports Amakhosi have been joined by unnamed club from Qatar who are also interested in Maart.
The player has two years remaining on his contract with Sekhukhune.
A source revealed that it is not only Chiefs and the Qatar club that are showing interest in the player as there are many other teams.
"It appears likely that he will push for the move to Qatar, as it's still only a few people who know the name of the club," said the source.
The source also revealed that when Sekhukhune faced Chiefs recently, Qatar scouts were there and they were left impressed by the player.
Source: Kickoff Magazine
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