Kaizer Chiefs have tabled a new offer for their Bafana Bafana target.
Despite securing a couple of new signings ahead of the new campaign, Amakhosi have not closed their cheque book as the club is still active in the transfer market for more players.
The player has been linked with a couple of DStv premiership clubs including Orlando Pirates and Amazulu.
However Usuthu are reportedly have pulled out of the race for the signature of the player.
This will open doors for Amakhosi to push hard for the player.
Amakhosi previously tabled an offer for the player to Arrows, but the KwaZulu Natal side turned down the offer.
New reports suggest that Amakhosi have tabled a new improved offer for the player as they are looking to bring him to Naturena.
Chiefs will however have to dig deeper into their pockets to secure the signature of the player since he is still contracted to Arrows, and he is also a player in demand.
Source: The South African
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