Hungry Lions have shown interest in the Chiefs youngster, but he will continue to play on loan for another season.
Kaizer Chiefs Youngster Off The Hook, Lions Show Interest.
Competition for the GladAfrican Continent After a complaint against the team and the player was withdrawn by the Premier Soccer League on Monday, Hungry Lions have stated that they are interested in taking a Kaizer Chiefs player on loan for the upcoming season.
According to Ezenkosi, the PSL disciplinary committee had summoned the Lions to appear before them because Jomo Cosmos had claimed that the Lions had failed to provide Tshepo Mohlala with his clearance. This allegedly rendered Mohlala ineligible to play for the Lions.
The case was, however, withdrawn by the PSL on Monday after it was discovered that Cosmos had no leg to stand on after producing fraudulent documents and that the player was signed on loan by Lions from Chiefs. The case was withdrawn because it was discovered that Cosmos had no leg to stand on after producing fraudulent documents.
The 22-year-old made 10 appearances for Lions in the previous season, including in the Nedbank Cup, and the club has confirmed that they are currently in talks with Amakhosi to have the player back for another campaign in the GladAfrica Championship. The player made 10 appearances for Lions in the previous season, including in the Nedbank Cup.
"Let me be clear: we want him back. We want him to come back here. That young man plays the instrument really well. Because he is so passionate about playing football, we were also concerned about the impact that this case could have on him. He has a lot of self-control.
Tshepo is a player who any team would be lucky to have because of his dedication, discipline, and talent. We are interested in having him join us. There are negotiations taking place between us and I, but I am unable to confirm what will take place at this time. However, I can say with absolute certainty that Tshepo is cherished by each and every one of us, and I have no doubt that each and every one of us would adore having him join us here for the upcoming season "Otsile Baitsomedi, the communications manager for the Lions, shared this information with the Siya crew.
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