According to recent rumours, a Kaizer Chiefs youngster has piqued the interest of the Spanish La Liga.
Blom hasn't looked back since re-entering the right back position under current Chiefs coach Stuart Baxter. He has consistently performed in exhibitions that have left his Amakhosi teammates proclaiming him to be the best player on the field, exhibitions that have drawn the attention of Bafana Bafana coach Hugo Broos, who has called him up for the two World Cup qualifiers against Ethiopia.
According to a source from The Citizen, Blom has drawn to Broos' advantage, but he may also have piqued the interest of Spanish La Liga side RCD Mallorca.
"It's thought that RCD Mallorca are interested in the Dobsonville-conceived young versatile player, but Amakhosi's asking price may deter them." The newspaper said, "Amakhosi is thought to be looking for roughly R20 million, which Mallorca acknowledges is a bit excessive given Blom's age and mastery."
WHAT WOULD HE BE WORTH IN MONEY?
They also stated that they were unable to reach Chiefs to confirm the rumors.
Amakhosi has R20 million on the table. Should the Chiefs release this Youngster if the rumors are true?
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