George Lebese denies rumours of surprise return to Kaizer Chiefs

George Lebese denies rumours of surprise return to Kaizer Chiefs

- Former Kaizer Chiefs star George Lebese was touted for a surprise return to Naturena

- Speculation started to mount and Itumeleng Khune was even believed to be brokering the deal

- Lebese poured cold water on those claims and shed light on the situation

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Former Kaizer Chiefs star George Lebese has had his say over the rumours linking him with a surprise return to the Amakhosi.

Lebese disappointed many Chiefs supporters when he decided to switch to rivals Mamelodi Sundowns.

However, things didn't pan out as planned and the midfielder parted ways with the Brazilians in September.

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After a period without a club, Lebese was offered a one-year deal at United State League Championship side Switchbacks.

However, speculation started to mount that the 31-year-old was set for a triumphant return to Naturena.

KickOFF.com reported that claims were made that Itumeleng Khune was even involved in the transfer negotiations.

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However, Lebese refuted those claims and clarified his stance via social media.

The midfielder thanked the Chiefs faithful for their undying love even though he disappointed them previously.

Lebese emphasised that a return is not on the cards and confirmed his joy at his current club:

"I wasn’t asking for a return ,I thank KC for the opportunity but I’m @SwitchbacksFC happily now."

Previously, Briefly.co.za reported that George Lebese backed George Maluleka's decision to move to Mamelodi Sundowns.

Lebese confirmed that he chatted to his former teammate regarding the transfer to the Brazilians.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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