Pirates Joined By Two Italian Clubs In Defender Chase?
Former Mamelodi Sundowns development player Keegan Allan has piqued the eye of Pirates and a select few other teams in the DStv Premiership after emerging as one of the top performers in the University of Pretoria's unsuccessful promotion attempt.
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However, as reported by insiders, the 21-year-old has been weighing his options in an effort to secure a move to Europe in his next contract.
According to information that has reached the Siya team, Serie A clubs Hellas Verona and Spezia Calcio are interested in the center-back but concerned about his availability for the 2022–2023 campaign. When contacted for comment, Allan's agent Mohammed Lawal confirmed interest in the gifted player from both domestic and foreign markets.
We are aware of the national and international interest in Keegan Allan. We are making a lot of effort to see Keegan advance in his career, whether locally or internationally, said Lawal.
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