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Kaizer Chiefs is currently struggling in the front due to not having a proper striker.
Samir Nurkovic and Castro are both out due to injuries and this has led to some struggles in the team.
Orlando Pirates on the other hand has seen players being unruly and some other players are also out due to injuries.
Therefore, there is a need for a striker in these two Soweto giants.
There are reports that surfaced during this week that the top Royal AM striker, Victor Letsoalo, might be not renewing his contract with the team.
It has also been revealed that the player himself said that he would really like to play in one of the three big teams in Gauteng.
Those teams are Mamelodi Sundowns, Kaizer Chiefs and Orlando Pirates.
The reports also revealed that currently Kaizer Chiefs has been leading on talks with Royal AM and therefore there are very high chances of seeing him wearing black and gold next season.
On the other hand, it has been revealed that Orlando Pirates is also looking at the player with an eagle eye as they are also interested in his services.
However, MaMkhize also still stands a very chance and time of convincing the player to remain with the club for a little longer.
The reports revealed that the player does not mind joining Mamelodi Sundowns.
That could a very bad decision for him if he ends up signing for the Brazilians.
Mamelodi Sundowns have the best players and competitive players and there is no pressure for them of having a player like Letsoalo.
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