Kaizer Chiefs lied about R6 million star fee says Arrows
KAIZER CHIEFS ARE ACCUSED OF LIES BY GOLDEN ARROWS REGARDING PULE MMODI
Amakhosi are set on signing Mmodi, a 29-year-old offensive midfielder for Arrows, as The South African website earlier reported.
A transfer fee must be agreed upon due to the Durban club's current two-year extension on the player's contract.
The club known as Abafana Bes'thende has asserted that the Soweto giants lied about asking for an R6 million fee, despite prior reports claiming that Arrows demanded that amount.
Mkhaya! Decoding is not required. Your club needs to be open with Ilula lento about the negotiations going on. Regarding the 6M price tag. From where did that number come? Club members tweeted. Amakhosi are still anticipated to recruit one or two central midfielders, a winger, and a striker.
Along with the attacker from the Arrows, the club is still reportedly interested in Rushwin Dortley from the Cape Town Spurs, Terrence Mashego from Cape Town City, Given Msimango from TS Galaxy, Kobamelo Kodisang from Braga, Bongani Zungu (a free agent), Fabrice Ngoma from Raja Casablanca, Valentino Yuel from Newcastle Jets, and Victor Letsoalo from the Royal Eagles.
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