The biggest rivals Orlando Pirates and Kaizer Chiefs are in a race for five top quality PSL transfer targets, The South African asked an important question - will they be joining Orlando Pirates or Kaizer Chiefs?
Orlando Pirates and Kaizer Chiefs five PSL targets have been revealed. Read on to find out where they're likely to go?
Which side of Soweto will the soccer stars sign-up with? Let's take a look at the players that Stuart Baxter and Fadlu Davids are in a race for.
SuperSport midfielder Teboho Mokoena has been in top form for both club and the country. Mokoena will be a fine addition to any club that sign him up. The question is where is he likely to play next season?
Currently, Mamelodi Sundowns are leading the race ahead of Kaizer Chiefs and Orlando Pirates. But, this could change soon. Because SuperSport is looking to establish a commercial relationship with Chiefs, this could see Mokoena joining Chiefs.
Ayanda Patosi will be out of contract soon and has fueled speculation around his PSL return. Patosi will choose a club that gives him a better offer. He would fit better into Pirates but Chiefs may present an offer he can't resist.
Victor Letsoalo is the second highest goal-scorer this season, and that is the sort of consistency that both Chiefs and Pirates want. But, as things stand, neither club will get Royal AM striker.
Recent reports revealed that Yusuf Maart is available to be signed by either Chiefs or Pirates, Chiefs is alleged to be more desperate to sign Maart but Pirates are yet to show activity this transfer window.
TS Galaxy Ethan Brooks is the latest transfer target for Soweto rivals.
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