Mmodi's Dream Move Delayed?
As previously reported by the Siya crew, Amakhosi have expressed interest in Abafana Besithende attacker Pule Mmodi. It is believed that negotiations are still ongoing, with both teams still trying to reach an agreement on the player's asking price.
Insiders claim that Arrows are willing to sell Mmodi, but only for the asking price of rice. Chiefs are still unsure of his value given his advanced age, but the Durban organization isn't willing to lower its demand.
Mmodi may have to understand that he might wind up leaving KwaZulu-Natal in the future, according to another insider If Chiefs and Arrows are unable to come to terms, Abafana Besithende will move in the following transfer window, barring a team entering the race right away and giving them what they want.
Although the player has made it clear that Chiefs is the team he wants to join and Arrows are willing to let him go, it is also understood that Orlando Pirates are keeping an eye on the situation. However, with the talks dragging, he may stay in Durban until December and depart in January.
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