Thobani Mncwango could end up at Kaizer Chiefs

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Mncwango saw his proposed move to Gauteng hit a snag last year, and he was subsequently suspended for confirming Pirates' interest in his services

Kaizer Chiefs have reportedly joined the race to sign out-of-favour Polokwane City striker Thobani Mncwango.

According to Isolezwe, the Rise and Shine bosses are more than willing to cash in on Mncwango whose contract will expire on the 30th of June 2018.

However, Amakhosi are not the only PSL team interested in Mncwango as Orlando Pirates remain in the race for the signature of the South Africa international.

In an interview with the newspaper, the 29-year-old downplayed talk of a possible move to Naturena, saying that he will only be controlled by what the club decides regarding his future.  

“I will talk about Chiefs as soon as I find out what will happen at my club because right now I still have to respect the team I’m contracted to,” Mncwango said.

“I am receiving calls from many teams, but everything is in Polokwane City’s hands. They will decide,” he added.

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“If they still need me and we agree, then I don’t have a problem because being happy is what’s important. It’s not like I want to play for another team, because it’s Polokwane City that gave me a chance in the PSL, and apart from that, every family has its problems,” continued the former Baroka frontman.

“However, what’s important is for them to make me happy and they know what they have to do. I want to change my life and that of my family,” concluded Mncwango.

Prior to his suspension in March 2017, Mncwango had found the back of the net thrice in 14 league appearances for City. 

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