Nale has been training with the Chiefs reserve team and he is certainly not going to be at Naturena for the 2013/2014 season
Kaizer Chiefs football manager Bobby Motaung has officially confirmed they will be parting ways with midfielder Abia Nale in the next few weeks.
Nale was transfer listed immediately on his return from Ajax Cape Town where he spent the second half of the season on loan.
“There are two or three teams that want Nale. We are still waiting for Nale to make up his mind and tell us where he wants to go, but I can confirm that Platinum Stars, Ajax Cape Town and Mpumanga Black Aces are all interested in Nale,” said Bobby Motaung during the press conference at Naturena.
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Goal exclusively revealed last week that Nale could be loaned out to Aces, but they will have to beat stiff competition from the Urban Warriors and Dikwena.
Bobby also confirmed that Chiefs have no intensions of signing Kermit Erasmus from SuperSport United despite Stanley Matthews’ claims that AmaKhosi are one of the three teams that have enquired about the player.
“We have enough players in Kermit’s position. If we have to sign Kermit then it means one player must be sacrificed. He’s a good player, but who do I remove from that position? We have to do justice to ourselves and the player. Hence, we finally agreed that we are not going to go for Kermit,” added Motaung.
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