As announced by the team, the Birds' safeguard has been subject of interest from Amakhosi, who have distinguished the slender 26-year-old as one of the main concerns for the club's normal update toward the finish of the period.
Notwithstanding, Swallows have now guaranteed that they don't lose their valued belonging on a free, by actuating the three-year choice on Ngcobo's current arrangement, which was set to terminate in June 2021.
Reached for input, the club's Chairman David Mogashoa affirmed that Swallows have taken up the choice on Ngcobo's agreement.
"The facts demonstrate that we have taken up the choice," Mogashoa told the group.
Ngcobo's delayed stay at the Birds presently implies that Chiefs – or any other person intrigued by his administrations – would need to arrange an exchange expense with Swallows on the off chance that they are to land the safeguard known as 'Barricade'.
As revealed by the group, Swallows are available to losing a portion of their best players - including Ngcobo – to any semblance of Chiefs if the sum is right, to guarantee that the club remains monetarily suitable.
It currently stays not yet clear whether Chiefs venture up to fork out the thing Swallows are expecting for their player, or if Ngcobo will remain in the Birds home.
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