As the two gatherings work to support their arrangements for the 2022-23 season, Soweto rivals Kaizer Chiefs and Orlando Pirates have been associated with an interest in past Cape Town City FC and recurring pattern Foolad attacker Ayandi Patosi.
The striker's concurrence with his Iranian club will end, and the two clubs are obviously enthusiastic about checking him. Ayanda Patosi was a hero player for Foolad in the 2021-2022 season, scoring 6 goals in 23 affiliation games for the gathering, which was a deep rooted high.
Patosi appeared in the 2019-20 season anyway scored twice, stood out from his 5 targets in 27 games the season already and his 2 goals in his most critical season with the club.
Supervisors and Pirates are both made sure to be enthusiastic about the striker, yet Patosi addressed the reports of interest by attesting that he had not gotten any calls from both of the gatherings.
As his concurrence with Foolad slips, the 29-year-old striker is checking his decisions. Managers and Pirates could pass up the player since it's envisioned that Foolad is restless to offer him one more understanding in Iran.
Other new clubs have imparted interest in the player, yet he could decide to sign with Cape Town City FC fairly ensuing to being seen with his past PSL bunch.
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