Kaizer Chiefs not giving up on Mamelodi Sundowns target.
According to sources, Amakhosi are looking to re-sign goalkeeper Reyaad Pieterse but the stumbling block seems to be that Sundowns are not prepared to let go of their fourth-choice shot-stopper.Pieterse has been struggling to break into the star-studded Downs team since arriving from neighbours Supersport United back in 2018.
Amakhosi is to sign Reyaad Pieterse he can help Itumeleng Khune who is playing good this last 2 season,even Daniel akpay was having poor performance like Khune.Reyaad Pieterse and Bvuma can help each other since Khune is doing well.pieterse we need to this guy even Sundowns dnt want to release the guy they know he's good.
It's no secret Chiefs are willing to sign Pieterse but Sundowns still love him so much, and they don't want to see him leave Chloorkop," says a source.
"And because Sundowns do have an option on his contract, it's very unlikely he will leave ahead of the new season."
I believe that Reyaad Pieterse will join Amakhosi and and he will be better than Itumeleng Khune
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