Although they are keen on adding another player to the sqaud in this transfer window, things are not going according to the plan for Kaizer Chiefs. According to the latest information at our disposal, the talks between Chiefs and Cape Town Spurs’ attacking midfielder Abednego Mosiatlhaga are believed to have hit a snag. The reason for the snag has been revealed.
It is understood that the new Chiefs coach Stuart Baxter is not keen to have Mosiatlhaga in his squad. The Soweto giants allegedly approached the 26-year-old Mosiatlhaga before appointing Baxter, and the club were willing to sell, but now it has all been halted.
According to the source, Mosiatlhaga was looking forward to the move to Chiefs even though both parties had not gone too far in terms of formal negotiations, but the indication was that he would be heading to Naturena.
The source added that they have not given up in their bid to get him into the top-flight and they are considering all of the options that have been placed before them.
With that said, the source added that they are not going to force a move for the sake of it – it will have to be worthwhile.
The Citizen (KZN) Tue, 24 Aug 2021
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