Kaizer Chiefs defender Sibusiso Mobilis is expected to leave the Glamor Boys before the close of next month’s transfer window.

SABC Sport it is on good authority that Swallows FC have shown an interest in the junior international and talks between the two clubs are believed to be ongoing, but sources have revealed that Mobiliza could leave Naturena anyway.

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It follows Chiefs signing Edmilson Dove on Thursday, announcing the Mozambican star, who arrived two weeks ago for an assessment, has signed a two-year contract with the option of a further two seasons.

Information gathered by the public broadcaster’s sports service suggests that there is no room for Mobilis in Amakhosi, given his lack of playing time and the fact that Reeve Frosler has been used at left-back, while there is Sifisa Hlanti as well as Dav.

Mobiliza, an exciting young prospect at AmaZulu and a member of last year’s U23 squad at the Japan Olympics, made a big move to Chiefs at the start of the 2021/22 season but struggled with injuries as he made just six appearances.

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The Swallows are understood to be keen to add him to their signing list to bolster their left-back options, with Pentji Zulu out injured for the next few weeks after being carried off in the 3-2 win over Cape Town City on Tuesday . .

The Dube Birds have a good relationship with Chiefs in the transfer market and recently completed a deal with three players – Dylan Solomons, George Matlu and Kamakhela Mahlati – to move to Naturena.

According to sources, Amakhosi is giving Swallows the first opportunity to sign Mobiliz, but the player’s agent claimed the process was not that simple when asked SABC Sport for the latest about her client.

“Look Mazzola, we’ve had discussions and meetings about this in the last two days with the club. Nothing has been finalized or set in stone, there is a process in these conversations,” explained Basia Michaels of QT Sports.

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“There are building blocks with these things, we can’t put the cart before the horse, it has to be done one small step at a time and the completion of one step will essentially determine the next. Our meetings did not yield results.”

With the player under contract until June 2024, she said she had not yet received a transfer offer from the Chiefs or Swallows.

“The news that the swallows are interested is new to me, because none of the swallows uttered or even whispered a word of what you are telling me. We’re letting the process unfold as my young lad needs to play football and get back to his best to make sure we see him in the national team,” added Michaels.

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