Absa Premiership

Khama Billiat wanted by Raja Casablanca

2019-07-09 11:18
Khama Billiat (Gallo Images)

Cape Town - Kaizer Chiefs star Khama Billiat is reportedly a major target for Moroccan giants Raja Casablanca.

According to a report from Maghribfoot.com, Raja technical director Fathi Jamal was hugely impressed with the Chiefs forward after his individual performances for Zimbabwe at the Africa Cup of Nations.

Jamal is said to believe that Billiat can replace star man Zakaria Hadraf, who left the North African team for Saudi Arabia.

The player's agent Mike Ngobeni told KickOff: "Of course all the big clubs in Egypt wish to have him still.

"I'm overwhelmed with phone calls from Morocco, Tunisia also. I told them they must contact Kaizer Chiefs, he is not a free player, he is employed.

"The boy was in AFCON and he did very well although the team was eliminated early. But yes I'm seized with phone calls you know, I'm seized with phone calls... Egypt, Morocco, Tunisia... Casablanca and all those clubs, they did contact me but at the end of the day for from side I can't say anything because they must talk to Chiefs."

 

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