Kaizer Chiefs are allegedly keeping an eye on two young players as they aim to add to their team.
After a difficult season for the Soweto-based team, Amakhosi are trying to build for the future.
After losing to Cape Town City on Saturday, the club has now lost four games in a row.
The Naturena-based side is thought to be keeping an eye on two Gladafrica Championship players.
After making 22 appearances and scoring three goals for Spurs this season, the 20-year-old has established himself as an important player.
The teenager would be an excellent acquisition to Amakhosi, who have struggled this season.
However, Amakhosi aren't just interested in Butsaka; Rushwin Dortley, Butsaka's Spurs colleague, has also impressed the club.
Spurs scouts were in Cape Town, a source close to the club confirmed to IDiski Times.
"They were here for the Bayhill event and came to watch our lads play," the insider confirmed.
Mamelodi Sundowns scouts were also present, according to the source.
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