Apparently Kaizer chiefs young star has attracted the attention of few Europan clubs, according to the recent sport news however Amakhosi have been criticized of unfairly increase of price tag for the player.
According to the sport news one of the European club has bid the interest to acquire the service for decorated Young star of Kaizer chiefs who currently at the age of 21 years.
Whatsoever the interested party to acquire the service of promising Young future of Kaizer chiefs has mentioned to be disappointed by the price tag of 20 million demand by Amakhosi.
The club from Spain, Mallorca FC has confirmed their intention to sign the young star of Kaizer chiefs Mr Njabulo Blom for his ability to play while at the age of 21 and also the strengths he produced and dedicated every match.
Nonetheless Kaizer chiefs young star Mr Njabulo Blom is currently out serving on the international level with Bafana Bafana South African squad.
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