Kaizer Chiefs: Khama Billiat and Amakhosi Legend Available In The Market For FreeKaizer Chiefs: Khama Billiat and Amakhosi Legend Available In The Market For Free

Kaizer Chiefs: Khama Billiat and Amakhosi Legend Available In The Market For Free

While the official transfer window may have closed, the opportunity to make significant signings still exists. Notably, ex-Kaizer Chiefs stars Khama Billiat and an Amakhosi legend are currently available for prospective clubs to acquire.

Free Agents on the Market

Erick Mathoho, an esteemed figure in the Amakhosi legacy, and Khama Billiat are both presently free agents.

This status means that, despite the transfer window’s closure on September 22, 2023, interested clubs can still secure their services. The transfer window limitations only apply to players still bound by contracts.

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Mathoho’s Search for a New Chapter

Surprisingly, Mathoho, despite his legendary status, has encountered challenges in securing his next destination. While there were earlier links to TS Galaxy, a move failed to materialize. Mathoho also underwent training with SuperSport United, but Gavin Hunt decided against extending an offer.

Kaizer Chiefs: Khama Billiat and Amakhosi Legend Available In The Market For Free
Kaizer Chiefs: Khama Billiat and Amakhosi Legend Available In The Market For Free

Billiat’s Ongoing Quest

Khama Billiat, a former player for Chiefs and Mamelodi Sundowns, has faced difficulties in finding a new club.

Despite numerous associations with both local and international teams, Billiat’s wage demands have reportedly posed a hurdle in finalizing a deal.

An insider revealed, “Billiat has been linked with a number of clubs, both locally and on the continent, but has not secured a deal yet,” emphasizing the challenges in securing a new club for one of the PSL’s former highest-paid stars.

As the football world continues to evolve, the possibility of exciting transfer developments remains open, with Kaizer Chiefs, Orlando Pirates, and Mamelodi Sundowns at the center of the action.

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