Kaizer Chiefs forward Khama Billiat says he would leave Kaizer Chiefs to go to Europe if an offer came in and the deal was right for all parties involved.
Billiat is a part of Zimbabwe’s Africa Cup of Nations squad which is set to take part in the tournament in Egypt.
The Mighty Warriors are in a tough Group A with Congo, Egypt and Uganda however they do possess a talented squad and could surprise a few people.
Nonetheless, Biliat, who signed a three-year deal with Chiefs in June 2018, has revealed he would exit Naturena should a European side make a bid to sign him.
The 28-year-old told SABC Sport: “I think it is a very important tournament for every African to see how far you are as an individual.
“It is a good platform for players to go to Europe to get new clubs and even get better contracts.”
“Yes, it is important for all of us. We all play football for that (in order to secure moves to Europe).
“If you are good enough then it (the chance) will come. But this is everything for us. We really have to show the best of our abilities.”