AmaKhosi have already agreed in principle with Hoffenheim over a transfer fee for Musona, though the 21 year-old still needs to travel to Germany for a check in at the club, medicals and negotiations on his personal terms that will eventually see the deal sealed.
However, Chiefs have in the meantime targeted Parker as the ideal replacement that they want to bring to Naturena and have already initiated talks with the player’s representatives.
Parker is currently back at Dutch club FC Twente – which will be playing in the Champions League qualifiers – for pre-season, but has a very slim chances of being kept on at the club despite being still under contract.
Parker spent the past season on loan at Greek club Panserraikos, scoring only one goal in the 12 matches that he played.
With the reality being that Parker has little chance of staying on at FC Twente, his representatives at Prosport International have started off early talks with Chiefs that will possibly bring him to Naturena.
ProSport International are also apparently at the forefront of working out Musona’s move to Hoffenheim.
After an early finish to the Greek season, Parker trained with AmaZulu and Bidvest Wits towards the end of last season prior to linking up with Bafana Bafana ahead of the game against Egypt.
Parker is himself aware that for him to hold onto his place in the national team he needs to be playing regularly and Chiefs provide that platform.