Mamelodi Sundowns are willing to offer some of their players to Soweto giants Kaizers Chiefs in an effort to get Khama Billiat back to Chloorkop.
KickOff.com understands that Sundowns are offering money, as well as players, to try get the Zimbabwean international back on board. Sundowns head coach Pitso Mosimane has stayed away from speaking about Billiat in the media, but the club has sinced confirmed to a couple publications that they’ve opened talks with Amakhosi over a possible deal to sign the attacking star.
Former SuperSport United striker Jeremy Brockie, KickOff.com understands, is one of the players that have been offered to Amakhosi, so too midfielders Aubrey Ngoma and Lucky Mohomi.
Ngoma and Mohomi are said to not be part of the plans of Mosimane for the coming season and this was evident last week when they were training on the side with goalkeeper coach Wendell Robinson, while the rest of the players were involved in a 11 versus 11 match.
Mohomi’s number 15 jersey has been given to Andile Jali, so Sundowns are looking to use his to possibly get the targets they want.
Brockie, meanwhile, has been training with the first and traveled with the team to Zambia for pre-season, but the club is willing to let him go to get Billiat.