Amiens is interested in signing a former Kaizer Chiefs player.

 Amiens is interested in signing a former Kaizer Chiefs player.

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Amiens is interested in signing a former Kaizer Chiefs player.

If a contract is agreed upon, the 25-year-old Zimbabwe centre-back may join former Mamelodi Sundowns star in France.

Teenage Hadebe, a former Kaizer Chiefs defender, has been approached by Amiens SC of Ligue 2 in France, according to his agent Gibson Mahachi.

Hadebe is presently a regular starter for MLS Houston Dynamo of the Major League Soccer(MLS),  which he joined after two seasons with Chiefs at the start of the 2019/20 season.

Mahachi stated that the Zimbabwe international is content in Major League Soccer (MLS), but would consider moving if a lucrative offer was made.

According to the agent, his client has sparked attention not only in Turkey, but also in other European leagues.

“The issue with Hadebe is that he is quite happy at MLS Houston Dynamo and does not want to go for the time being,” Mahachi told NewsDay.

“It’s true that there have been various requests from Europe, including Amiens, but there has to be a compelling cause for him to transfer, and if he is to leave, there has to be a far greater offer.”

“He is under contract with MLS Houston Dynamo and is not a free agent, so he can’t just leave.” He is currently enjoying his time at MLS Houston Dynamo

The fact that Amiens play in the second tier of French football could be frustrating for Hadebe, but an intriguing offer could tempt him to return to France.

Hadebe would pair up with former Mamelodi Sundowns and Bafana Bafana midfielder Bongani Zungu, who currently plays for Amiens in Ligue 2.

Zungu, who appeared to be dissatisfied, was recently linked with a move away from the club, and was on the verge of joining Scottish Premiership side Rangers.

According to reports, Zungu was interested in joining Steven Gerrard’s Rangers, as part of a prospective return to Ligue 1 with Strasbourg or Celta Vigo, as well as Greek giants Olympiacos.

All of this came after a potential January move to RCD Mallorca met a hitch on the day before the deadline.

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