Kaizer Chiefs youngster Mduduzi Shabalala could be off to Spanish giants Barcelona at the end of the season, the Siya crew has been informed. Contact was made by La Masia, but nothing has been confirmed yet. They were checking the possibilities of having him over, probably around June,” the source informed the crew.
Shabalala has seen his stock rapidly rise both for the Chiefs reserve team where he has been one of the standout performers for coach Vela Khumalo, as well as for the Chiefs first team where he has been roped in by coach Stuart Baxter during the club break.
An average player. His stats over two and a half seasons are less than 10 goals and 10 assists. He’s almost 30. But he’s considered one of the best in the land.
That will be a good move we as Amakhosi we don't stand in the way of our players, they have to go and pursue their dreams in the bigger stage.The player go to Spain but we have coach who didn't see the talent from that boy.I wish him all the best. He must take that opportunity and make Bafana Bafana's net wider.
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