Lebese confirms Baxter's exit

2015-06-01 14:33
George Lebese (Gallo Images)

Cape Town - Kaizer Chiefs midfielder George Lebese all but confirms that Stuart Baxter is set to leave his post at the Soweto giants.

Read: Baxter headed for Turkey?

Sport24 revealed this weekend that unconfirmed reports indicate that Stuart Baxter has quit the Naturena.

Chiefs are due to hold a press conference on Tuesday, June 2 to address several players, and now management, contractual issues.

However, Lebese might have taken matters into his own hands with revealing that Baxter has already said his goodbyes to all at the club and ready to tackle a new adventure abroad.

The midfielder took to his Instagram account and posted a picture of himself and Baxter about to high-five with the text saying, “Adios” which means 'goodbye' in Spanish.

Adios???? highlight of my career

A photo posted by George•_•Lebese (@geeza_17) on

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