The Sunday Mail
ZIMBABWE international defender Teenage Hadebe (23) is on his way to Turkish Super Lig side Yeni Malatyaspor after reportedly agreeing to a two-year contract that takes him away from Kaizer Chiefs.
According to reports from South Africa, Hadebe, one of the few players who had a decent shift for an otherwise less impressive Warriors at their doomed AFCON campaign recently, is expected to join his new teammates at Malatyaspor Friday afternoon.
“Turkish top flight club Yeni Malatyaspor has confirmed the signing of Kaizer Chiefs defender Teenage Hadebe though the player’s exit from Naturena has not yet been officially confirmed by the Soweto giants,” wrote South African website Soccer Laduma, on Friday afternoon.
Malatyaspor finished fifth in the 2017-2018 Turkey Super Lig.
Hadebe joined Kaizer Chiefs from Chicken Inn in June 2017 and made 26 league appearances.
While Hadebe is in the move, Bloemfonein Cetic have exercised a clause in their deal with left wingback Ronald Pfumbidzai which will keep the Warriors man at the club for another year.
There had been indications that Pfumbidzai could be on his way to Highlands Park but his agent, Mike Ngobeni, told Sunday Mail Sport yesterday that the former CAPS United defender was staying put.
“Celtics exercised the option they have to extend his stay. There were clubs like Chippa and Highlands in the mix but the player will have one more season with Celtics and we will see what goes on in 2020,’’ Ngobeni said.