Bobby refuses to lift lid on Billiat’s possible Chiefs exit

Kaizer Chiefs football manager Bobby Motaung has refused to be drawn into any possible talk regarding Khama Billiat, who continues to be linked with a return to Mamelodi Sundowns.

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The Brazilians’ acting general manager Yogesh Singh was on Tuesday quoted by Soccer Laduma confirming that talks were advancing for the 28-year-old to make a ceremonious return to Chloorkop.

‘Bobsteak’ however confirmed that Singh’s statement was misleading, claiming he had no idea what Sundowns were talking about.

“I’m not going to say anything about those things. As Chiefs, we haven’t said anything,” said Motaung as quoted by Goal.com. 

“There is nothing I am going to say about Khama Billiat. I don’t know what those guys [Sundowns] are talking about. Thank you,” concluded Motaung. 

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Billiat’s absence in Amakhosi’s last two matches has further fueled reports that he may be on his way out, though coach Ernst Middendorp has played it down to injury, further adding that the Zimbabwean would be available for their upcoming clash against SuperSport United on Saturday, August 24.