Young Ghanaian defender, Anthony Manison, could be set to undergo a trial with PSL champions, Kaizer Chiefs.
The Siya crew reported yesterday that Ugandan defender, Ivan Bukenya, was due to begin a trial with Amakhosi as he looked to land a contract at Naturena, with an unknown Ghanaian also hoping to impress Stuart Baxter and his technical team.
Story: Bukenya For Chiefs Trial
A Siya source has now explained that 19-year-old Manison could also go on trial with the Amakhosi, although it remains to be seen when he will touch down in Mzansi.
Chiefs are on the lookout for a defender after the loan departure of Zimbabwean centre back Lincoln Zvasiya, who moved to Greek side, OFI Crete, for the duration of the season.
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Manison has a lot of experience for a player of his age, having already spent time in Europe with Spanish side Rayo Vallecano B, after he was signed following a few good performances for Ghana’s U17 side in 2009.
The youngster was playing in Ghana’s third-tier for Platini FC before earning a move to Spain last year. It is thought has also spent time playing with Colonia Moscardo in Spain’s third tier.
Kaizer Chiefs and Orlando Pirates will clash on July 27, with the title of 2013 Carling Black Label Cup champions up for grabs.
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