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Pitso Mosimane: Ex Sundowns Coach Opens Up on Latest Job Offers Amid Links With Kaizer Chiefs
- Pitso Mosimane discusses the latest job offers he received
- The ex-Al Ahly coach is still being linked with Kaizer Chiefs
- The 59-year-old is without a job after leaving Al Wahda
South African manager Pitso Mosimane has opened up on the latest job offers he received amid recent links to DStv Premiership side Kaizer Chiefs.
The former Mamelodi Sundowns mentor has been without a coaching job since parting ways with United Arab Emirates side Al Wahda.
The 59-year-old has been linked with a move to different top clubs, and a return to the Premier Soccer League (PSL) is also on the cards.
Mosimane, in a recent interview, claimed that he received offers from Asia and North America amid reports that he could be the next Kaizer Chiefs manager, with the Amakhosi seeking a replacement for Molefi Ntseki.
According to a report by iDiskiTimes, the former Al Ahly coach, during an exclusive interview with South African journalists, claimed he is not in a rush to get back into the dugout.
"To be honest, there is interest in me now and in a totally different space that you and I could ever think of – Asia, not the Gulf,” he said.
"So there has been interest. And there is been an interesting one also from North America.
"And why not? Why not go to North America, why not go to Japan, China, those places, because for us, it is also our legacy.
"So if you can get a project that’s interesting in the Gulf, just for example, and a similar project in Asia, probably I would go to Asia, just to go see."
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Mosimane discusses his future amid Chiefs links
Sports Brief previously reported on Mosimane breaking the silence about his future amid links to the vacant coaching role at the South African side, Kaizer Chiefs.
The former Al Ahly boss has been linked with several clubs since he departed the Emirati outfit, Al Wahda, with the Amakhosi and Zamalek top of the list.
Despite being linked with different clubs, Mosimane has given an update about his future, according to a report by iDiskiTimes on X (formerly Twitter).