Orlando Pirates and Kaizer Chiefs are purportedly set to clash for the administrations of Royal AM striker Victor Letsoalo.We are certain Shauwn Mkhize is in no mind-set to let the previous Bloemfontein Celtic man go, yet in the event that he continues to bang in objectives he will continue to draw consideration from the PSL's huge young men.
With Letsoalo liable to order a seven-figure move expense, almost certainly, hands down the greatest and most extravagant clubs in South Africa can stand to seek after the Bafana striker.
Ohizu's representative says that the player is complimented by the connections however needs to remain where he is for the time being.His office told Soccer Laduma: Yes, Chibuike Ohizu is under YoBoy Management and we are content with his advancement since he is progressing nicely and scoring objectives.
Allow them to do anything they desire with their cash. Reality is that Downs have a proprietor with abundant resources subsequently they overwhelm move market.Chiefs market is in Zimbabwe quit saying bosses target, bosses won't focus on a youthful contracted player bcos they wont pay him R700 000 they pay huge name players that cash.
Come kid at Chiefs you will regarded by being paid winning rewards on bank straight into your record dissimilar to where you are treated as nursery kid given money on hand.So you needed to toss in Sundowns there to reinforce your case. Awful editorial methodology.
At long last Kaizer bosses has a contest wen it comes to compensation offers, mamkhize isn't here to mess around, tht inclination of offering players insane pay rates Royal AM is here at this point. Bosses the executives is something different ay we have the most generously compensated mentor and the player however we neglect to sign a players that value R5 million ay bobby no man improve.
Source https://thekosibay.co.za/4200/sport/football/psl/privateers and-bosses at-battle for-a-striker/
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