Kaizer Chiefs are reportedly now considering selling Khama Billiat whose contract is up for renewal in the coming months.

Billiat arrived at Amakhosi in 2018 as a free agent after his deal with Mamelodi Sundowns was not renewed. He signed a three-year contract with an option of extending it with another season.

According to Soccer Laduma, Chiefs want to exercise that one-year option and sell him.

The Soweto giants are now open to offers because they have accepted that they are not getting a return from their investment.

The 30-year old has only managed 15 goals in 79 games at Kaizer Chiefs, a lower scoring rate than what he achieved at Mamelodi Sundowns.

Asked about an update on contract talks, Billiat’s representative, Godfrey Bakasa said:

“There are no talks yet (with Chiefs), they are just concentrating on him recovering. The team needs him fit and playing again, that is the situation at the moment.”

Billiat was recently linked with Al Ahly and Pyramids in the Egyptian Premier League, but it’s understood he is not keen on leaving South Africa.