When it comes to signing this R20 MILLION Bafana Bafana striker, Orlando Pirates have a significant edge over their rivals, Kaizer Chiefs.
More than a year has passed with both the Pirates and the Chiefs hot on the trail of the same man.
Both teams are vying for the upper hand in their pursuit of this striker, and the lead keeps shifting. But the Pirates have just taken the lead again.
PIRATES PASS CHIEFS IN R20 MILLION RACE Targeting BAFANA
The Pirates are currently in the lead in the bidding for Victor Letsoalo's signature.
Chiefs were once considered the frontrunners to sign the Bafana striker, but the situation has recently changed. The Bucs, their bitter rivals, now appear to be the more likely team to sign the striker.
To understand the Letsoalo Bafana Bafana snub, we must first understand
Orlando Pirates have surpassed Kaizer Chiefs in the race to sign Bafana Bafana striker Victor Letsoalo. Picture: Gallo Images
According to reliable reports, the pirates are optimistic that a deal can be reached soon. Letsoalo's agent did not confirm or deny his client's transfer to the Pirates when asked.
Agent Jazzman Mahlakgane told Goal, "I cannot talk about that at the moment." He was representing Letsoalo.
The Buccaneers have signed up front runners Evidence Makgopa and Eva Nga. If they are able to sign Letsoalo, they will have three of the most dangerous players in the PSL on their roster.
One that can compete with the likes of Mamelodi Sundowns and its DStv Premiership champions Peter Shalulile and Themba Zwane and Keegan Dolly, Khama Billiat, and Ashley Du Preez.
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