Tendai Ndoro has advised his Zimbabwean compatriot to prioritise money and the wellbeing of his family.
The Kaizer Chiefs star is said to have attracted interest from North African clubs and also Angolan side Petro de Luanda.
“He (Billiat) must do what’s best for him and his family …you understand what I am trying to say. You go there in [the] Arab world, you are a millionaire within a week,” Ndoro told The Sowetan.
Ndoro left Orlando Pirates for Saudi Arabia’s Al-Faisaly in 2017 and the striker admits that this move was motivated by money.
“Some of our moves are based on that (money and safeguarding the future).
“To be honest, for me when I went to Saudi Arabia, it was more about securing the future of my family… to know that I was going to be tax-free made me not think twice,” Ndoro explained.
“I just thought of my family and my life after football, maybe tomorrow I won’t be playing and what was going to happen?
“I put my daughter first … now anything can happen to me, I am covered. I was getting a lot of money there compared to what I was getting in SA at the time.”
Billiat joined Chiefs as a free agent at the beginning of last season after leaving Mamelodi Sundowns.
The Zimbabwean ace is said to be keen to remain with Chiefs this season and wants to help Amakhosi win silverware this coming season, before considering an overseas move.
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