For more than a year, the same player has been the target of a fierce pursuit by both the Pirates and the Chiefs.
The advantage changes frequently as both teams compete for first place in their quest of this striker. But Pirates have now gained an advantage once more!
Orlando Pirates have gained a significant advantage over Kaizer Chiefs in their chase of this Bafana Bafana striker for R20 MILLION!
PIRATES LEAVE CHIEFS BEHIND TO ACHIEVE R20 MILLION BAFANA TARGET
Relevant sources indicate that PIRATES are confident in their ability to quickly reach a deal. LETSOALO'S agent did not deny it either when asked about his players move to Pirates.
Jazzman Mahlakgane, Letsoalo's agent, told Goal, I cannot discuss about that at this time.
Right now, Bucs are in the lead The current leader in the battle for Victor Letsoalo's signature is the Pirates.
The Bafana striker was initially expected to join Chiefs at Naturena, but this has lately changed. The Buccaneers, their bitterest rivals, now seem more likely than the other team to sign the striker. Evidence Makgopa and Eva Nga have already signed with the Buccaneers as front-line players. The most dangerous of the three teams in the PSL may be theirs if they are able to contain Letsoalo.
One that competes with Keegan Dolly, Ashley Du Preez, Khama Billiat, and even DStv Premiership champion Mamelodi Sundowns with players like Peter Shalulile and Themba Zwane.
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