ZIMBABWE International Defender Teenage Hadebe appears on his way out of the Turkish Super League side of Yeni Malatyaspor with the latest reports in France linking him to the Ligue 2 side of Amiens.
Hadebe ‘s future has recently been the subject of endless speculation, following an impressive debut campaign in Europe with Yeni Malatyaspor.
He was named to the Season Squad of the Turkish Super League.
Turkish giants Besiktas and Trabzonspor are known to track the development of the defender, while the 24-year-old Zimbabwean was also claimed to have drawn interest in French Ligue 1. from unnamed clubs.
Courrier Picard, a French newspaper, announced last week that Hadebe had caught the attention of the Ligue 2 side of Amiens, who reportedly weighed him as an opportunity to replace on-loan Liverpool defenseman Adam Lewis.
Hadebe’s manager Gibson Mahachi acknowledged that Amiens had been tracking his player, but they had yet to make an offer for his services.
“He is being monitored by many clubs, Amiens included and two other clubs which I cannot name at the moment,” Mahachi told Standardsport in an interview yesterday.
“Everything is still at the monitoring stage, there has not been any offer made to us, but we are hoping for something soon and we are hoping to have finer details next week.”
With recent reports in France linking him to a transfer to Ligue 2 side Amiens, ZIMBABWE international defender Teenage Hadebe appears on his way out of Turkish Super League side Yeni Malatyaspor.
If Hadebe transfers to Amiens, he will become the third Zimbabwean to follow his trade in France, joining Marshall Munetsi and Tino Kadewere, who are currently in Ligue 1 with Stade Reims and Lyon.
After coming on as a substitute in the 81st minute, Hadebe made his first appearance of the season for his club as Yeni Malatyaspor picked up their first point of the season following a one-all draw at home against Göztepe on Friday night.
He missed the team’s new season opening game, which they lost 3-0 to Fatih Karagümrük SK.
Despite being one of their standout players last season, Hadebe ‘s absence from Yeni Malatyaspor’s starting line-up has ignited speculation that he may be heading for the exit door.