Kaizer Chiefs Nasreddine Nabi

Nasreddine Nabi trains AS Rabat ahead of his final league match. Image: @asarabat/X

‘I have big offers from abroad, not only Kaizer Chiefs’ – Nabi

Nasreddine Nabi has just stressed Kaizer Chiefs supporters. Orlando Pirates and Mamelodi Sundowns fans are laughing out loud.

Kaizer Chiefs Nasreddine Nabi

Nasreddine Nabi trains AS Rabat ahead of his final league match. Image: @asarabat/X

Football is a stressing game, especially if you support Kaizer Chiefs. Tunisian coach Nasreddine Nabi has said what the Amakhosi faithful don’t want to hear.

The reports have been ubiquitous. Nabi to Kaizer Chiefs was ringing all week as the Tunisian played his last league match with AS FAR in Morocco last Friday. The former Young Africans coach finally shared his views on the Kaizer Chiefs news. The 58-year-old simply confirmed that Amakhosi have tabled an offer, but he only has others proposals. Nabi concluded to say he will have a meeting with his employees to make a decision on his future after the Throne Cup.

“I have big offers from abroad. Kaizer Chiefs, yes but not only Kaizer Chiefs,” Nabi said as quoted by iDiski Times leading reporter David Kappel.

“I will decide my future after the Throne Cup competition. I will meet with the president and decide my future,” the Tunisian concluded.

Unfortunately for Kaizer Chiefs, Nabi’s AS FAR side will face MAS Fes in the Throne Cup on Sunday 23 June.

NASREDDINE NABI’S FULL PROFILE

HONOURS

  • Tanzanian Premier League: 2021–22, 2022–23
  • FAT Cup: 2021–22, 2022–23
  • Community Shield: 2022
  • CAF Confederation Cup runner-up: 2022–23

PREVIOUS CLUBS

  • Al-Ahly Benghazi (Libya) 2013–2014
  • Al-Hilal (Sudan) 2015–2016
  • Ismaily (Egypt) 2019
  • PDHA (Italy) 2021
  • Al-Merrikh (Sudan) 2021
  • Young Africans (Tanzania) 2021-20223
  • AS FAR (Morocco)

Qualification: UEFA Pro Licence
Preferred Formation: 4-2-3-1.

EXPIRING CONTRACTS AT KAIZER CHIEFS

Meanwhile, eight other players are facing expiring contracts at Natureba.The list includes Itumeleng KhuneSiyethemba SithebeSifiso HlantiSamkelo Zwane and Happy Mashiane.

Full list:

  1. Itumeleng Khune, 36, goalkeeper – Five appearances
  2. Njabulo Ngcobo, 29, central defender – 14 appearances
  3. Happy Mashiane, 26, left-back/midfielder – Five appearances
  4. Sifiso Hlanti, 34, left-back – 20 appearances
  5. Siyethemba Sithebe, 31, central midfielder – four appearances
  6. George Matlou, 25, central midfielder – 10 appearances
  7. Jasond Gonzalez, 24, center forward – 12 appearances
  8. Samkelo Zwane, 22, central midfielder – Seven appearances
  9. Sabelo Radebe, 24, central midfielder – Two appearances.

In the meantime, Kaizer Chiefs are linked with a list of new players to join Amakhosi ahead of next season.

  • Oswin Appollis, 22, forward – Polokwane City
  • Elias Mokwana, 24, forward – Sekhukhune United
  • Ashley Cupido, 22, forward, Cape Town Spurs
  • Fawaaz Basadien, 27, left-back, Stellenbosch FC
  • Asanele Velebayi, 21, forward, Cape Town Spurs
  • Andy Boyeli, 23, strikier, Power Dynamos
  • Chawanangwa Kaonga, 29, attacking midfielder, Zanaco.

Which players should Kaizer Chiefs sign for next season? Let us know in the comments section below.