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Chiefs and Pirates target spotted in Arrows training session

Going into June 2022 transfer window market Kaizer Chiefs Football Club and Orlando Pirates Football Club were expected to add a few players to their respective squads, and also let players who feel their time at the club was over leave the club.

That saw both clubs letting more than five players each leave the respective clubs, and that meant the club needed to add a few players to make up for the players that have the clubs.

That led to the club being linked with some of the finest players around and abroad, and some of those players were targeted by both Soweto giants at the same time.

One of those players is Lamontville Golden Arrows Football Club attacker, Pule Mmodi who has been in the news for the last couple of weeks with his future the most talked about thing in the country at the moment.

Despite the 29-year-old preferring a move to Naturena and Chiefs said to have the first choice of signing the player, Pirates are said to be leading the race to sign the South African male senior international.

With the Premier Soccer League(PSL) clubs returning to training ahead of the 2022/2023 preseason, the Chiefs and Pirates target's club, Arrows also returned to training earlier today(the 27th of June 2022).

Mmodi was spotted among the players who returned to training earlier today, despite being linked with a move away from the Kwa-Zulu Natal-based club.

I think this is Arrows playing mind games with the Soweto-based clubs looking at who will pay the price they have put on Mmodi's head, and come to think of it, this may work in their favour as the clubs are set to go head to head for Mmodi's signature.

The race for his signature is far from ending, and that should excite Arrows who are looking to cash in on Mmodi.


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