When a soccer player is doing good, they start to attract a lot of interest from clubs that were not interested in him initially, the bar always rising because of the player's improvement.
Initially, Royal AM Striker Victor Letsoalo was a target for Kaizer Chiefs openly, but since the move failed to happen, he turned himself into a goal scoring machine for his new team, having his names being the talk of the PSL.
One of the former Bloemfontein Celtic Striker's moments was the scoring of two goals against Kaizer Chiefs in a match were they were thrashed 4-2 by John Maduka's side.
Now, Orlando Pirates are reportedly in the race to sign the 28 years old Striker ahead of their Soweto Rivals Kaizer Chiefs. The player is believed to be around the value of R8, 5 Million according to TransferMarkt website.
It it no surprise that his value has gone up, considering that he has managed to score five goals in six matches in the PSL already this season, and is on course to challenge for the Golden Boot come end of the season.
Whether Royal AM will decide to cash in on the striker or whether they will do efforts to keep him at their team remains to be seen, with the January transfer window just around the corner. The chairwoman Shauwn Mkhize has been a controversial figure for the PSL board and whether she will sit down to negotiate for the sale of her star player will remain to be seen.
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