Sa_Updates has been informed that Glamor Boys are keeping tabs on young Stellenbosch FC defender Liam De Kock. Back in October last year, Sa_Updates reported that Kaizer Chiefs were eyeing two young Stellies in Fuad Johnson and Roy Keane Avontuur, prompting Johnson to part ways with the club.
However, it seems these two aren't the only Stellies players the Naturena-based team has been following lately. According to Sa_Updates sources, DSTV Disci Challenge 20 vice-captain Stellie Liam De Kock is another player to appear on Amakhosis' radar.
The stocky defender caught the attention of the Soweto giants after leading the Stellies to the DDC title, consistently leading the defense and tasked with taking penalties for his side, which the left-footed defender handled with ease.
Due to his outstanding form, De Kock is one of three Stellenbosch players named in Bafana Bafana's provisional squad for the COSAFA Cup in Durban this month. KosiBay has been informed that there is still an official deal from Kaizer Chiefs with the Cape Winelands outfit.
A Sa_Updates source has also informed sources close to him that De Kock is ready to join the club's first team, where he is said to be facing the late veteran Robin Johannes, who served his country with honor.
Kaizer Chiefs managed to sack Ashley Du Preez and Zitha Kwinika from Stellies in the current transfer window, while Johnson has been spotted at the Soweto giants and is tipped to join the club following his split from Stellenbosch FC. It now remains to be seen whether Kaizer Chiefs will formalize youngster Liam De Kock.
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