Kaizer Chiefs is leading the race to sign Swallows FC star.
Amakhosi are already in the lookout for new players for next season.
Chiefs will be allowed to sign players next season, when their FIFA ban has come to an end.
According to Phakaaathi the club is targeting to sign the Swallows defender Njabulo Ngcobo.
Amakhosi are the favourites to secure the player's signature among other clubs that are targeting the player.
Ngcobo has been one of the most noticed players in Swallows this season for his impressive defensive skills.
A close source to the club revealed that if Swallows are to lose the player, they are going to lose to Chiefs as these two sides have a good relationship.
The source added that Chiefs helped Swallows by loaning them players for free when the Dube Birds were struggling in the GladAfrica Championship and that has helped to strengthen the relationship between the two sides.
According to Phakaaathi Mamelodi Sundowns and Cape Town City are also interested to sign the player.
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