Are Two Italian Clubs also join Pirates in Their Pursuit of this Defender?
According to intimate sources, Orlando Pirates and other interested PSL outfits could end up disappointed in their pursuit of a highly-rated and highly-sought-after defender since clubs outside of the PSL are pursuing after his signature.
After emerging as one of the top performers in the University of Pretoria's failed promotion bid, former Mamelodi Sundowns development player Keegan Allan has garnered interest from Pirates and a few other clubs in the DStv Premiership. This interest comes after Allan emerged as one of the top performers in the University of Pretoria's promotion bid.
According to sources familiar with the situation, the 21-year-old player has been weighing his options with the goal of securing a move to Europe in his upcoming contract. This information was confirmed by sources familiar with the situation.
The Siya team has heard that the center-back has garnered interest from Italy, specifically from Serie A clubs Hellas Verona and Spezia Calcio, who are reportedly interested in acquiring his services for the 2022/23 season.
After being asked for comment, Mohammed Lawal, who represents Allan, stated that there is interest in the excellent player from both the local and international markets.
We are aware of the interest that has been shown on Keegan Allan on a global scale. "Whether it be domestically or internationally, we are putting in a lot of effort to ensure that Keegan is able to advance to the next stage of his career," said Lawal.
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