The moment a player is accepted, he begins to attract a lot of interest from clubs that were not originally inspired by him, as standards continue to rise as players improve.
Royal AM striker Victor Letsolo was initially transparently targeted by Kaizer Chiefs but when the move was ignored, he became an objective machine to evaluate his new group as his name was PSL discussion.
The Orlando Pirates are currently expected to step forward to sign the 28-year-old forward before their Soweto rivals Kaizer Chiefs. According to TransferMarkt, the player's value is estimated at around 8.5 million euros.
It is not surprising that his value has increased as he has scored five goals in six PSL games this season and is well on his way to fighting for the Golden Boot at the end of the season.
Whether Royal AM will take advantage of the striker or try to keep him in their group remains unclear, with the window of opportunity for a January move not far off. Administrator Shauwn Mkhize is a controversial figure on PSL's Board of Directors and whether or not he will negotiate his main offer is yet to be developed.
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