Ashley Du Preez is still a transfer target for Kaizer Chiefs in January however the deal is unlikely to happen as Stellenbosch FC wants R12 million for the youngster snd Amakhosi are not willing to pay that much for experienced winger.
for chiefs R12 m is a small price to pay given the talent Du Preez possess i expected him to be unveiled at the beginning of this season but that didnt happen i also expected Umdansane and Ralani.
but i guess chiefs felt they not chiefs material despite the fact that their price tag were increased even though we had budget since we didnt sign any players for 2 seasons cabanga.
Chiefs management must stop this thing of identifying targets nd not following-up on those targets it's foolishness bcoz it seems like they have no capabilities of getting Sipho Mbule nd Teboho Mokoena on board.
nd now they can't afford Du Preez snd Leletho Sekeleme yet they have the balls to pay Khama Billiat Mathoho Cardoso Parker Khama Khune Ramphahlele nd Manyama huge salaries for embarrassing the club.
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