Since the beginning of last month, Kaizer Chiefs have been working none stop,to gain more advantage against the Golden Arrows and Bafana Bafana excellent and exciting winger, unfortunately they were turned down at first by the Durban Side, Lamont ville due to insufficient proposal.
Apparently the late reports has confirmed the on going bargaining between,the two parties,Golden Arrows and Kaizer Chiefs.
According to the latest reports, Golden Arrows has demanded the values of around R6million to Kaizer Chiefs and the Soweto gients is looking confidence to get the signature of Mr Modi regardless of any price.
On the other hand, Golden Arrows has also confirmed that fo now it only Kaizer Chiefs who have shown interest of Modi and the preference should be given to them until they show signs of pull out of the deal or lacking financial means to support their actions it will be only then we will consider other offers said the chair lady of the club.
Source of the contents:https://www.thesouthafrican.com/sport/soccer/psl-south-africa/kaizer-chiefs-first-option-exciting-bafana-bafana-winger-who-pule-mmodi-breaking-arthur-zwane-motaung-junior-trending-amakhosi-transfer-news/
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