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Last chance to catch Home United's star duo in action?

FourFourTwo understands both Home United's Stipe Plazibat and Faris Ramli could leave the Protectors at the end of the season, as Thai and Malaysia clubs make their move...

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Apart from the strong interest in the striking duo, there are also at least two Thai clubs believed to be interested in Protectors midfielder Song Ui-Young.

A source has told FFT that Plazibat will pen a deal with Thai League one side Bangkok Glass next week, which is expected to at least triple his current salary.

An official from the Glass Rabbits is expected to make the trip down to Singapore to finalise the terms of Plazibat's contract

Plazibat's current contract runs out at the end of this season and he would play out the 2017 campaign in Singapore before making the move.

An official from the Glass Rabbits is expected to make the trip down to Singapore to finalise the terms of Plazibat's contract.

The Croatian is the league's top-scorer this season with 20 goals for a Home United side sitting third in the competition behind Albirex Niigata and Tampines Rovers.

When contacted, a Home United spokesman said: "We cannot confirm anything at the moment, but all the players in our team are focused on finishing the season as strongly as possible."

Song has also impressed for Home this season

Following Home United's stellar showing in the AFC Cup (where they made the AFC ASEAN Zonal final) and credible showing in the S.League, Faris has also caught the eye of other Southeast Asian teams.

Malaysia Super League club Pahang is rumoured to be interested in the Singapore international, who has netted nine league goals this season.

The Protectors will face Hougang United in the league this Sunday and their next home game is against Balestier Khalsa the following Friday.

Photos: Weixiang Lim/FFT