Mayele has lately been accounted for to have drawn in light of a legitimate concern for Chiefs who are said to have even placed in a deal, however Yanga have been unyielding in expressing their situation on the player who they demand they need for their CAF Champions League crusade.
Yanga are the new heroes of Tanzania in the wake of completing the season unbeaten.
Different contacts have noticed that Yanga have outpriced the Congolese forward who joined the club toward the start of the time from AS Vita Club.
Mayele (28) completed the previous season with 16 objectives and was underdog to George Mpole.
Mpole - who is additionally supposed to be 28 - and played for Geita Gold was the association's top scorer with 17 objectives and has drawn in interest from the DStv Premiership.
The matter connecting with how Chiefs might have shown interest in Mayele has caused a commotion.
"Mayele scored a few objectives for Yanga yet when you get some margin to watch him then you will comprehend him better and see that Chiefs have better choices to seek after.
"I realize that numbers can touch off fervor and publicity around a player yet the thing matters more is watching the player in real life which is where exploring becomes possibly the most important factor.
"The inquiry is 'did Chiefs get their work done on the player or they were simply given somebody who scored 16 objectives and that was sufficient.
"I don't know Chiefs would worry about Mayele subsequent to watching him in real life multiple times or welcoming him over for trials.
"This isn't tied in with being negative about the player in light of the fact that perhaps he could shock us yet when last was a Congolese player a hit in the PSL," says a source.
The best of the Congolese imports through the PSL period remains Bunene Ngaduane.
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