Soccerladuma reports that injured Kaizer Chiefs striker, Khama Billiat, is one of the three players on Pitso Mosimane ‘s wish-list for a move to Egyptian giants, Al Ahly.
The other two players are Gaston Sirino and Samir Nurkovic.
Billiat, who has under-performed at Chiefs, is currently the highest paid player in the PSL, where he earns R600 000 a month before benefits.
Billiat’s potential package at Al Ahly is estimated at about R750 000 per month or R9 Million per annum.
However, a move to Al Ahly will not be about money for Billiat, as he still has at least another 2 years at Chiefs, who declined an R15 Million offer from Sundowns for Billiat , during the last transfer window.
Soccerladuma said a move to Al Ahly will be an opportunity for Billiat to reconnect with Mosimane, who played a key part in Billiat ‘s hot form at Sundowns.
Billiat was the 2016 PSL footballer of the year under Mosimane in a season where Sundowns won both the domestic title and the championship league.
At Sundowns, Billiat had a scoring ratio of 65%. He featured in 140 matches, scored 47 goals and had 43 assists.
At Chiefs, Billiat has so far featured in 79 games, scored 15 goals and has 17 assists.
Please read the full story in today’s Soccerladuma – 27 January 2021.