The Bafana Bafana star is understood to be a target of Kaizer Chiefs in the current mid-season player transfer transfer window. Royal AM CEO Sinky Mnisi says striker Victor Letsoalo is a Rolls-Royce - and Kaizer Chiefs should not table an offer worth of a Mazda 323 if they are keen on the player.
Mnisi confirmed the player's agent told them of Chiefs' interest this week.
A number of players have been linked with Kaizer Chiefs but the Glamour Boys are yet to make any new signing during the current player transfer window.
Mnisi has told Chiefs "no money, no deal" for the 28-year-old forward who has been enjoying what is arguably his best season in the PSL.
"People should not listen to what other people are saying, Victor Letsoalo is our player. We have never been approached, it was only this week, where the agent said Kaizer Chiefs were interested, that was it. And we are not going to budge, if they want Letsoalo, they must bring the money that we want. No money, no deal, that's all.
"We are not going to budge on that, Victor is a Rolls-Royce, if you want a Rolls-Royce you must pay the money the Rolls-Royce is worth, full stop.
"Don't come and say you want a Rolls-Royce, but you want to pay money Mazda 323 is worth, it doesn't work like that. If you feel that boy is a Rolls-Royce, pay the money and take the player, that's all".
Letsoalo has scored nine goals in 16 PSL, games for Royal AM this season.
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