Former Yanga African head coach Nasreddine Nabi has confirmed that he has indeed received an offer from Kaizer Chiefs, however, there are other clubs who are interested in the coach.

According to iDiski times, Nabi nearly joined Amakhosi last season after winning back-to-back trebles with the Tanzanian giants.

However, talks broke down and Nabi moved to ASFAR instead.

He came close to wining the Botola Pro League, but missed out on the title after dropping into the second place in the second-last game week, with Josef Zinnbauer’s Raja Athletic Club overtaking him.

While several reports state he has already resigned from his ASFAR role, this publication understands he will still lead the club in the Throne Cup semi-final against Maghreb Fez on 26 Juneeven though he has agreed to move to Naturena.

Nabi has now for the first time addressed the Chiefs rumours, admitting he has received an offer from the PSL side and will speak to ASFAR president Mohamed Haramou about his future.

“I have big offers from abroad. Kaizer Chiefs, yes but not only Kaizer Chiefs,” he told reporters.

“I will decide my future after the Throne Cup competition. I will meet with the president and decide my future.”

iDiski Times revealed that Nabi has agreed to join Chiefs, and will bring his own technical team, consisting of at least one assistant, a goalkeeper coach and a strength and conditioning coach, while the two sides are still in talks over another assistant and an analyst.


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