(Source: Twitter.com - @iDiskiTimes)
Kaizer Chiefs might want to forget about their transfer target following the recent reports surround his non-existent departure. Chiefs have been long time admirers of the Royal AM star Victor Letsoalo and now its time for them to act in terms of trying to sign him during the upcoming transfer window. This isn't expected to be an easy move as the Royal AM boss Shawn Mkhize is not having it at all, as it seems she wants to retain her key players. After all, there's hopes that she might compete in the CAF Confederation Cup next campaign.
She will need to have depth of she wants to compete in the DStv Premiership campaign and also, the CAF Confederation Cup. Letsoalo has been their numbers one goal scorer during open play and penalties were given to him as he trusts himself in front of goals. He played most of the games at Royal AM as the leader of the attack. When the news broke out that Amakhosi were interested in signing his price tag was around R4 million. It was believed that the Durban-based outfits were wiling to sell him to any club that provides a lucrative deal.
However, MaMkhize increased his price tag to R20 towards the end of the current season. As she felt that he's their biggest assets and they cannot easily let him go without cashing up on him. Now, it's believed that MaMkhize reveled that she's not selling her players as he wants them to remain in the club and help John Maduka maintain the mandate. "I want to keep stability in my team and I want to compete in the top-8. Me, I’m not here to sell players," said MaMkhize speaking to the media. As Royal AM has stood firm by slapping a R20-million price tag on Kaizer Chiefs target Victor Letsolalo.
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