Kaizer Chiefs have supposedly quite recently marked probably the best striker in the PSL - for over R6 MILLION! What a marking… their third up to this point.
CHIEFS SIGN R6 MILLION TOP PSL STRIKER - REPORT
Bosses have supposedly quite recently marked Ashley Du Preez for over R6 MILLION!
At long last, following quite a while of bits of hearsay, the star striker is en route to Naturena. More subtleties to right away arise.
On the off chance that these selective reports are to accepted, Amakhosi have quite recently finished their third marking of the time.
Du Preez might just be their best marking yet. He has been productive for Stellenbosch FC this season and merits all of his R6 MILLION sticker price, this is the very thing that the star PSL striker costs, as indicated by Transfermarkt.
He piled up a nine objectives and three helps for Stellies in the current year's DStv Premiership.
Envision what he could do close by Khama Billiat and Keagan Dolly.
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