Both the Pirates and the Chiefs have been ferociously after the same player for more than a year. As both teams battle for first place in their pursuit of this striker, the advantage fluctuates regularly. But the Pirates now have a new advantage!
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TO REACH THE R20 MILLION BAFANA TARGET, PIRATES LEAVE CHIEFS BEHIND.
According to reliable sources, PIRATES are certain that they can rapidly come to an agreement.
When questioned about his player's transfer to the Pirates, LETSOALO'S agent did not deny it either.
Letsoalo's representative, Jazzman Mahlakgane, informed Goal that he was unable to comment at this moment.
For more than a year, the same player has been the target of a fierce pursuit by both the Pirates and the Chiefs.
Bucs are currently ahead. The Pirates are now in the lead in the competition for Victor Letsoalo's signature.
At first, it was anticipated that the Bafana striker would join Chiefs at Naturena, but this has recently altered. Now it is more possible for the Buccaneers—their fiercest rivals—than the other team to sign the striker. Evidence Front-line players Makgopa and Eva Nga have already signed with the Buccaneers. If they can keep Letsoalo in check, they might be the most dangerous of the three PSL clubs.
One that competes with players like Peter Shalulile and Themba Zwane from DStv Premiership champion Mamelodi Sundowns as well as Keegan Dolly, Ashley Du Preez, Khama Billiat, and even Ashley Du Preez.
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