The head coach of Al Ahly Pitso Mosimane is reportedly looking to rope in Kaizer Chiefs assistant coach Arthur Zwane as his assistant.
Zwane is currently Stuart Baxter's second assistant coach at Amakhosi.
The two are reportedly not able to work well together at the club hence Zwane has been a noticeable absentee in the club's bench in match day.
A video of Baxter ignoring a handshake of Zwane after Chiefs scored a winner in the Soweto Derby few weeks ago fuelled the rumours that the two are not seeing eye to eye.
A close source to the club has revealed that Zwane could be on his way out of the club next season.
"Pitso has mentioned to him that he would like to have him come work with him in Egypt," said the source
The Egyptian giants are currently without a second assistant coach after Cavin Johnson left the club last season and Zwane would be a great addition to the club's technical team.
The source concluded that Mosimane is believed to be waiting on Al Ahly's management on his request to bring a second assistant coach.
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