Leletu Skelem has been on the way to be the next big thing in South Africa foothall lately with his name made it to the top list of players Kaizer Chiefs have identified to sign at the start of next season when the FIFA ban is lifted and want to reinforce their squad with.
Skelem made it clear in a interview with Soccerladuma that he will welcome the chance to play in naturena.
But he denied that any formal talk has been held with his parent team for his services.
Stellenbosch Coach was asked during a press conference last weekend, about the interest the Soweto Giants has for Skelem
“I think it is important to firstly know the person before you can know the player in this type of situation. Skelem has been going through some challenges of late and we all have to support him,” Barker said.
“He is part of our team and he is our player until his contract run out and beyond. So it is just about supporting him and make sure he gains his confidence and to allow him to keep growing and been a good footballer we know he can be for us and the national team.
“We told him to not let the noise get into in his way and the way of things. Skelem just need to keep on working hard and we will always have to support him and so that he can keep growing both as a person and a soccer player. I know that he is committed to this team and he just needs to keep working hard to keep his place in the starting team.”
It remains to be seen if Kaizer chiefs will submit a official offer at the start of next season or they will give up on their approach of the player
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