There's a chance that Kaizer Chiefs will be handed a golden ticket to get one of the most sought-after players of the year. It would be a great move for Naturena if they were able to sign this former Bafana Bafana star for R11 million. This would prevent him from joining a rival team.
Ayanda Patosi has been dropping some of the best performances of his life abroad and he was recently spotted training with a Premier Soccer League side. In January he did confess that his contract was coming to an end, around June later this month meaning that a team that is going to secure his sight is going to seal the deal on a Bosman deal no transfer fee is going to be paid.
As the two gatherings work to support their arrangements for the 2022-23 season, Soweto rivals Kaizer Chiefs and Orlando Pirates have been associated with an interest in past Cape Town City FC and recurring pattern Foolad attacker Ayandi Patosi. The striker's concurrence with his Iranian club will end, and the two clubs are obviously enthusiastic about checking him.
Cape Town have clarified the situation of Ayanda Patosi after the former player was spotted at the club. Patosi is currently in the country for his offseason break. The 29-year old currently trades his play in Iran for Foolad. However his contract with the Iranian club is believed to be nearing an end.
Kaizer Chiefs could be presented with a fantastic opportunity to acquire one of the most sought-after players of the current season. If they are able to sign this former Bafana Bafana star for R11 million to play for Naturena, it will be a brilliant move that will also prevent him from joining rival clubs.
This is disappointing because yet another promising South African player has returned home after failing to succeed overseas, according to reports, Ayanda Patosi has returned to South Africa after he parted ways with an Iranian Premier League club named Foolad Khuzestan FC, and as you can imagine, a lot of South African football fans are disappointed because they expected a lot from Ayanda Patosi.
The transfer race for Patosi has been given a MAJOR boost by Kaizer Chiefs! Kaizer Chiefs have received a significant help in their pursuit of Ayanda Patosi, who is eager to come home! Kaizer Chiefs transfer target Ayanda Patosi has broken his silence on links to the mighty Amakhosi!
Former Cape Town City star Ayanda Patosi contract with Iranian Premier league club Foolad, is nearing the end he is reportedly keen to move to South Africa becouse of family reasons. Both Soweto giants Orlando Pirates and Kaizer Chiefs have been made aware about the player availability and both have shown interest.
In the competition for the services of outstanding midfielder Ayanda Patosi, Kaizer Chiefs and Orlando Pirates might come up short. The skilled footballer, who was born in Khayelitsha and has spent the last two and a half years playing for Foolad FC in Iran, is about to have his contract with the organization expire.
"Ayanda Patosi, whose contract with Iranian side Foolad expires at the end of the month, was part of the first group of players that trained at Cape Town City on Wednesday under the watchful eye of Eric Tinkler," Former Cape Town City star Ayanda Patosi has returned to the club from a stint overseas to get back into shape ahead of the new signing as he has been training with the club as a result of that
One time Cape Town City striker Ayanda Patosi has made a ridiculous allegation in response to media speculation of him joining either Orlando Pirates or Kaizer Chiefs. Patosi has already been strongly associated with both Soweto juggernauts for years, but he has yet to realize his aspiration as he keeps working overseas.
Chiefs And Pirates Target Spotted At Cape Town City FC. Soweto rivals Kaizer Chiefs and Orlando Pirates has been linked with interest in former Cape Town City FC and current Foolad forward Ayandi Patosi as both clubs are busy strengthening their sides for the 2022/23 season. The two clubs are reportedly interested in signing the striker as his contract with his Iranian club is coming to an end soon.
Star Reacts To Chiefs Rumours: Not ruling out Kaizer Chiefs transfer as Foolad FC contract nears end
The 29-year-old last played in the PSL in 2019 and is eager to return to the competition. Ayanda Patosi, a former Cape Town City offensive midfielder, has responded to reports connecting him with a move to Kaizer Chiefs. Read Now: JUST IN| Kaizer Chiefs on the brink of securing Thabo Cele DUE to Bafana Bafana
Kaizer Chiefs target the based Europe striker, See who it is The Soweto giants are really getting into business now as they are now targeting the Mzansi based Europe striker for the upcoming season after it was mentioned that they will be releasing some players especially those who are seems to be not contributing anymore, not so long ago the were some speculations that Samir Nurkovic is going to Royal Andile Mpisane football club for the upcoming season.
Former Cape Town City star Ayanda Patosi has commented on reports linking him with Kaizer Chiefs and Orlando Pirates. The player has been heavily linked with the Soweto Giants in the last couple of months who are both looking to strengthen their squads ahead of the new season. Speaking to Soccer Laduma the player has revealed that none of the Soweto giants have made contact on his availability but has not ruled out any possible return to the domestic league.
Former Cape Town City midfielder who also played for Bafana Bafana Ayanda Patosi said he is interested on joining one of the two big clubs Orlando Pirates and Kaizer Chiefs.He was linked before with the move to join Orlando Pirates but nothing was finalized.He spent six months in Europe before joining Cape Town City in 2017.
Previous Cape Town City playmaker Ayanda Patosi has opened up on bits of hearsay connecting him with a transition to Orlando Pirates and Kaizer Chiefs already. The South Africa worldwide, who burned through six seasons in Europe, in the Belgium first class with Lokeren prior to joining The Citizens in 2017, didn't conceal the way that he's viewed it trying as away from home.
Kaizer Chiefs have tracked down it intense to close business with individual Premier Soccer League clubs, in this way looking at players from abroad will constantly convey required certainty. THREE OVERSEAS-BASED PLAYERS LINKED WITH KAIZER CHIEFS As The South African has recently detailed, Amakhosi are connected with no less than 16 players for possible moves to Naturena next season.
Chiefs and Pirates reportedly in race to sign striker playing abroad? Kaizer Chiefs and Orlando Pirates is two of the biggest football clubs in South Africa and is known rivals as both clubs ply their trade in Soweto, also known for their infamous Soweto derbies. The Soweto clubs doesn't sit around the same table but they do sometimes target the same players.
Once Cape Town City striker Ayanda Patosi has made a crazy claim in light of media hypothesis of him joining either Orlando Privateers or Kaizer Bosses. Patosi has proactively been emphatically connected with both Soweto juggernauts for quite a long time, yet he presently can't seem to understand his yearning as he continues to work abroad.