Kaizer Chiefs Transfer News recently...
It has been made public what ARROWS is demanding for CHIEF'S TARGET.
The Kaizer Chiefs are want Pule Mmodi, and his agency has updated the situation. "Less than R3 million" is the transfer price that the Golden Arrows are asking for.
The Chiefs are currently in the lead in the race to sign the highly-rated Golden Arrows winger ahead of the 2022/2023 DStv Premiership season. Mmodi has emerged as one of the most talked-about potential off-season signings.
The 29-year-old athlete is a shining example of the group of South African football's late bloomers. Only a small number of the most gifted players in a league that frequently overlooks them are able to progress through the lower divisions and reach the highest level of competition. He has been under the watchful attention of Bafana Bafana head coach Hugo Broos ever since he made his top-flight debut two years ago. Since then, his talent has been made known to a number of teams ahead of the transfer window, including AmaZulu, Orlando Pirates, and Chiefs.
Mmodi is anticipated to play a significant role in the Chiefs' ongoing team reconstruction. The team has already lost 12 players and added seven new ones.
Mmodi is receiving interest, according to his agent Solomon Seobe of SR Sports Management, however he acknowledges that However, he acknowledges that he is still unaware of Mmodi's potential future plans because it is up to the Chairlady of Abafana Bes'thende Matho Madlala to determine his course of action in light of any incoming offers. In other words, whatever offers come in will determine Mmodi's next step.
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