Absa Premiership

Chiefs renew Hadebe interest

2016-12-24 13:45
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Cape Town - Kaizer Chiefs have reportedly renewed their interest in Chicken Inn defender Teenage Hadebe, ahead of the opening of the January transfer window.

Hadebe trained with Chiefs earlier this year and at the time it is said he impressed the club's coaching staff and technical team.

The 21-year-old seems to have a bright future ahead of him in the game - he was recently included in Zimbabwe's provisional squad for the 2017 Africa Cup of Nations.

Nonetheless, the Glamour Boys weren't able to finalise a deal for the player before the previous transfer window closed and it is believed he could join Amakhosi in January.

Chicken Inn chairman Lifa Ncube had earlier confirmed the player would likely move on at the start of the New Year.

With the futures of both Lorenzo Gordinho and Erick Mathoho yet to be clarified by Chiefs, it appears that Hadebe could act as cover in the event either or both players were to leave. Gordinho and Mathoho will be in the last six months of their deals at Naturena, and have not yet agreed new terms.

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