The previous Bloemfontein Celtic player has been extremely noteworthy for the DStv prevalence newbies this season subsequent to scoring two or three objectives and enrolling various helps.
Anyway the player is as yet contracted to the KwaZulu Natal based side and they are not ready to release him.
Illustrious AM recently expressed that the player won't be offered to any group and rubbished Chiefs bits of hearsay.
The club's CEO Sinky Mnisi has demanded that Letsoalo will stay with the KwaZulu Natal based side except if Chiefs pay what the club is requesting for the player.
"Individuals ought not pay attention to what others are talking about, Victor Letsoalo is our player," Mnisi told Nyiko Sithole on MLFM.
Mnisi added that the club has never been drawn closer by any club for the administrations of the player and it was just this week when his representative let the club know that Chiefs are keen on the player.
Mnisi added that RAM won't move, assuming Chiefs needs the player they should bring the cash, in any case no cash no arrangement.
He said that the player is a Rolls-Royce and assuming Chiefs needs the player they should address the cost of Rolls-Royce.
He presumed that Chiefs should not come and say they need a Rolls-Royce yet address the cost of a Mazda 323 in light of the fact that things don't work like that.
The player is as of now the club's driving goalscorer this season and furthermore trying for the Golden boot in the wake of scoring two or three objectives for his side in the momentum season.
Letsoalo has scored a sum of nine objectives with two aids 15 games played up to this point this season.
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