Absa Premiership

Thebakang in talks with Dikwena

2015-01-08 07:36
Reuben Thebakang

Cape Town - Football agent Thabo Moloto said there was the distinct possibility that his client, Reuben Thebakang, would move to Platinum Stars during the current transfer window.

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Before moving to Free State Stars for the 2012/13 season, Thebakang had actually plied his trade at Dikwena. And since making the move to the Free State, the midfielder has not always featured prominently for the club.

This season, he was sidelined from football for the greater part of six weeks, owing to knee surgery which was conducted on him late last year.

However, the fact he has only competed in four league fixtures for his club this season has only fuelled speculation that he would move in the foreseeable future.

"We are in talks with Platinum Stars, who are really interested in re-signing Reuben Thebakang from Free State Stars. The move is likely to happen," Moloto told goal.com.

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