Kaizer Chiefs youngster attracts interests from the club's big rivals and overseas scouts.
Amakhosi have a couple of youngsters who are performing well and one of them have attracted interests from both Orlando Pirates and Mamelodi Sundowns.
The 15-year old Thabo Mphaki has a bright future as he also attracted interests from scouts coming from abroad in Portugal.
The source added that the youngster was supposed to join Sundowns' development but he could not make the move due to school and distance.
The player also had a good display at Engine Championships at Marks Park in Emmerentia last weekend which caught the attention of many teams.
The source concluded that Mphaki is a complete player who has a bright future ahead of him and should not let other things distract him.
However it remains to be seen if Chiefs are willing to let the player go.
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