Kaizer Chiefs have reportedly open new contract talks, as they look to challenge in the DSTV Premieship.
Frosler joined Amakhosi in 2019 from the now defunct Bidvest Wits, where he had fallen out of favor with the club After refusing to sign a new contract. He has been a regular since he joined the club.
But limitted game time this season under coach Stuart Baxter, has been a concern that he could leave the club. In the past the were reported interest in the player from Europe and in Major League Soccer (USA).
According to Soccer-laduma Amakhosi are keen to have the 24-year-old remain with the club beyond the expiry of his contract. But game time will have to improve dramatical, if the player has to commit of a new long term deal.
Reports are that talks have already been open, nothing has been agreed yet. They will probably be delayed with the club headquarters currently closed due to Covid-1 outbreak. The reported that they had 31 cases of both players and staff. Last week they did not honour their fixture against Cape Town City.
Source: Soccer-Laduma magazine
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