One of South Africa's finest skipper has attracted interest from the Major League Soccer in the United States Of America; however the talks seem to be placed on hold for now. This will come as a great relief for Orlando Pirates; as they have been eyeing the goalkeeper for some time now.
Supersport United goalie, Ronwen Williams is a wanted man abroad. His club is on seeing him further his career outside of the South African boarders; it remains to be seen if they will allow him to leave at this crucial stage of the season.
After 17 matches played, Supersport United is on 2nd position with 32 points; just 4 points away from top league leaders, Mamelodi Sundowns. Williams is their number 1 skipper; and letting him go now might affect them negatively, as he is very instrumental to the club.
Williams still has a long-term contract that runs until June 2024, so only a lucrative offer can lure him away. Clubs in the Major League Soccer have deep pockets and the transfer window there opened last week!
The Siya crew has had it confirmed that the Bafana goalminder does have a buy-out clause in his contract should there be an offer overseas, but the figures on that agreement remain confidential between club and player.
Given that the possible move to the USA is unlikely this season, Williams’ long term admirers, Pirates will be on high alert.
According to reliable Siya sources, the Buccaneers haven’t given up on the SuperSport captain even though Richard Ofori, who is Ghana’s first-choice keeper, was signed from Maritzburg United in October last year.
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