Khama Billiat’s agent Michael Ngobeni has revealed a number of big teams in North Africa have enquired about the player’s services since the Afcon tournament kicked off in Egypt last month.
The 28-year-old was part of the Warriors squad which failed to go beyond the group stages and was knocked out of the tournament with just one point.
Despite the team’s failure at the competition, Billiat delivered some outstanding performances and was named the Man of the Match in 1-1 draw against Uganda.
“Of course all the big clubs in Egypt wish to have him still,” Ngobeni told KickOff.com.
“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 from my side I can’t say anything because they must talk to Chiefs.”
Ngobeni adds that the player’s transfer can only be influenced by Kaizer Chiefs if they are willing to sell him.
Billiat still has two more years left on his contract.
“If Chiefs say they are ready to sell, I can then speak with my client if he’s comfortable going there.
“So I don’t know whether they are discussing with Kaizer Chiefs, yes or no,” said the agent.
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