The Chiefs Offered Former Sundowns Player, But Simba Wants Him Too

The Kaiser Chiefs offered a transfer to Al Ahly Luis Mikissone, as Faqaati credibly reported. And while there is no official word from Amahoshi about whether they are interested in this or not, Mikissone is unlikely to remain with the Egyptian giants.

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The attacking midfielder from Mozambique played for various clubs in South Africa, including Mamelody Sundowns, before moving to Simba in Tanzania.

From there, Mikissone signed Pitso Mosiman of Al Ahli.

But, according to a source in Egypt, he is not included in the plans of the new coach Ricardo Soares.

“They say the club from this side of the Kaiser Chiefs became interested in him after they were offered and Al Ahly are open to the idea of ​​selling him to them,” the source said.

“There is also Simba who is interested in his return. But the Chiefs have an advantage because they want to sign him outright and Simba wants him on loan.

He also revealed that although Al Ahly is aware of the interest some South African teams have in Percy Thau, they are unlikely to understand him.

“The new coach said he knew Tau and was interested in him staying on the team. But he should put him in jail and they can discuss whether he wants to stay or be released,” the source said.

Tau is believed to have been troubled at Al Ahly since Pitso left and the fans are not making it easy for him. He was criticized every time the team didn’t do well.

Faqaati also learned that the Orlando pirates were favorites to land him if he was released in Egypt. Cape Town City have also shown interest in vice-captain Bafana Bafana.