Kaizer Chiefs without a doubt has been after Victor Letsoalo for a while now. Kaizer Chiefs has secretly been trying to complete a deal for the striker. They have failed so far as Royal AM made it clear that they have exercised their option to extend the player's contract. Kaizer Chiefs is in desperate need of a top striker they can rely on. Samir Nurkovic and Leonardo Castro barely plays as they are often injured most of the time. There has been no luck for the club on their pursuit for the Royal AM striker. Royal AM CEO Sinky Mnisi compared Amakhosi offer to Mazda 323 while Victor Letsoalo is a Rolls Royce.
Sinky Mnisi as per iDiski Times said "We have never been approached, it was only this week, where the agent said Kaizer Chiefs were interested, that was it. And we are not going to budge, if they want Letsoalo, they must bring the money that we want. No money, no deal, that’s all. We are not going to budge on that, Victor is a Rolls-Royce, if you want a Rolls-Royce you must pay the money the Rolls-Royce is worth, full stop. Don’t come and say you want a Rolls-Royce, but you want to pay money Mazda 323 is worth, it doesn’t work like that. If you feel that boy is a Rolls-Royce, pay the money and take the player, that’s all." Do you see Kaizer Chiefs ever signing the striker? Comment your answer below, share and hit the like button please.
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