It is believed that the Royal AM Football Club striker has attracted interest from clubs abroad after an outstanding performance this season at the KwaZulu-Natal side.
According to Soccer Laduma, at least two clubs abroad have shown interest in signing the former Bidvest wits and TS Galaxy attacker Mxolisi Macuphu.
The 33-year old striker is currently under the books of Thwihli Thwahla.
A source revealed that clubs from Kawuit and Saudi Arabia are interested in the player. They are looking to sign the hardworking player ahead of the new season.
Despite receiving interest abroad, it is believed that Royal AM Football Club are not interested in selling the player to any club at the moment.
It has been reported that they might only consider selling the player if they sign another striker before the transfer window closes.
Mxolisi Macuphu has played most the matches for Royal AM Football Club. He only joined the club January this year and has already scored five goals for the club.
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