In the recently ended transfer window period, Mamelodi Sundowns Football Club was rumoured to be interested in the services of the 23-year-old Kaizer Chiefs fullback Reeve Frosler.
Masandawana was rumoured to have submitted a bit in the region of R6 million back in June, which Chiefs is said to have rejected.
Source: Masandawana Die-Hard Fans Facebook group
With the South African U23 International left with less than a year at Naturena, it is rumoured that the player's future at Naturena is uncertain.
Frosler was one of the key players for Chiefs last season, playing close to 40 games for the club, but this season has only played less than 45 minutes which came against Sundowns in the MTN8 quarterfinal defeat.
Sundowns will be some of the clubs monitoring Frosler situation at Chiefs and will be hoping to acquire his signature for free.
Sources: Soccer Laduma and Twitter
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