Despite the club of Kaizer Chiefs having already dominated the transfer market, Amakhosi haven't yet satisfied considering the Soweto gients are still interested in bringing back the Bafana international,decorated mildifelder.
Since the beginning of last season, Kaizer Chiefs have been determined to sign Mr Thabo Cele under the former coach Mr Stuart Baxter, unfortunately it didn't happen not because of financial reasons considering the player was a free loan that time.
Apparently the Soweto gients, Kaizer Chiefs club have went for another spell to convince his current European club to let go of Mr Cele considering the player has signed two year contract with his current club with an option to extend should he shows improvements.
Over and above his current European club has already turned down the offer of Kaizer Chiefs which was worth around one hundred million rand, claiming it not sufficient for a player like Mr Cele.
Nonetheless Amakhosi are determined to add more two million rand,to make a R3million to make the offer looks more impressive.
As per the player agent he believes that Mr Thabo Cele might benefit from coming back home considering the current coach of Bafana Mr Hugo Bross seems to believe in local take and for that reason his client Mr Cele might make huge impressive to the local coach.
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