According to this report, the recently promoted star player for the Kaizer Chiefs, Mduduzi Shabalala, could be in Belgium at this very moment.
There, he made a favorable impression on Belgium's KVC Westerlo, which led to the club's offer of a transfer, which Amakhosi reportedly turned down.
According to Soccer Laduma's most recent publication, "Kaizer Chiefs have promoted Mduduzi Shabalala to the club's first team but not before turning down an offer of €200,000 (=R3.4 million) for his services," Soccer Laduma reported. "Mduduzi Shabalala was offered a contract by another club, but Kaizer Chiefs chose to keep him."
"However, Chiefs' evaluation of the young star was not quite met by their offer, which resulted in the Naturena-based side turning down their advances for the player," "However, their offer did not quite meet Chiefs' evaluation of the young star,"
The publication went on to reveal more information, including the fact that the Belgian club has not given up hope just yet. According to the conclusion of the report, Westerlo will continue to keep tabs on the 18-year-old player in the hopes of making a subsequent offer.
The report went on to say that despite this, Westerlo has not yet given up hope on Shabalala.
The article came to its conclusion by saying, "According to Siya sources, the Belgian giants will be keeping an eye on Shabalala's progress in coach Zwane's second team in the 2022/23 season and could be back with a new and improved offer in club future.
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