Orlando Pirates and Mamelodi Sundowns have officially made offers for Ajax Cape Town midfielder Khama Billiat, as both clubs aim to bolster their roster with the talented winger.
Bucs are looking to bring the Zimbabwean into their ranks ahead of the new campaign, while beefing up their squad for the group stages of their CAF Champions League campaign.
In issue 825 of Soccer-Laduma the Siya crew revealed that the Urban Warriors face a difficult decision on the player’s immediate future, whether to sell him or keep him in Muhsin Ertugral’s team for next season.
The Zimbabwean has been a stand-out player in the PSL over the past few seasons, with his inspiring performances catching the attention of a number of clubs.
Billiat has been linked with a move to Downs for some time, with a Soccer-Laduma source now indicating that the Chloorkop-based outfit has officially made an approach for the player.
Billiat has got one year left to run on his contract with Ajax and the club has to make a decision on whether they will keep a hold of him or cash in on his sale.
However, with Mabhuti Khenyeza’s 12-month ban from all football activities under the auspices of the PSL, the Cape side may be reluctant to sell Billiat.
Pirates and Sundowns are expected to compete for the player’s signature before the start of the 2013/14 PSL campaign.