Absa Premiership

Masilela eyeing potential overseas move

2018-07-09 13:10
Tsepo Masilela (Gallo Images)

Cape Town - Former Kaizer Chiefs defender Tsepo Masilela is weighing up his next destination, with an overseas move one of his options.

The 33-year-old former Bafana Bafana left-back was released by Amakhosi at the end of last season after six years at the club, having been signed from Spanish top flight team Getafe.

One report had linked him with Chippa United, but according to his agent Mike Makaab, the players' next move is still very much in the balance.

And it's the same case with another of Makaab's clients, Ayanda Gcaba, who has left Orlando Pirates.

"There is nothing new on Gcaba and Masilela, we are still working on finding clubs for them," Makaab told Goal.com website.

"Masilela is back from United States and we are looking for a club, but no links yet and no talks or links with Chippa.

"We are not only looking at the PSL, but both local and offers from abroad for Tsepo," Makaab added.

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