Former Kaizer Chiefs star George Lebese looks set to delve into the business world as he looks at life beyond football.
Lebese, 31, is firmly on course to reinvigorate his career that stalled during his three-year stint at Mamelodi Sundowns as he now forms an integral part of United States Soccer League (USL) side Colorado Springs Switchbacks.
With several impressive displays since the start of the 2020 season, the technically gifted left-winger looks poised to a business venture to his financial portfolio if his latest social media hints are anything to go by.
The Mamelodi-born winger recently posted a cryptic message on his official Instagram suggesting he's in the process of launching or collaborating on a new product.
"You are the dream, invest in yours," he wrote. "After so much hard work, time, effort, dedication & sleepless nights, finally... Coming soon."
In what appears to be an affiliation with Dream Cosmetics, Lebese is likely to be involved in their latest skincare product offerings within the men's range.
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Lebese is one of the most followed South African footballers on Instagram with 367k.
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