Royal AM CEO Sinky Mnisi has implied that it Chiefs will pay to have they must pay money worth a rolls royce and not a Mazda 323 if they want the player who has been banging in the goals for Mamkhize's club this season.
“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, " said the CEO.
This now means that Chiefs will have to dig deep in their pockets if they want to see the former Baroka Striker in their colours going forward.
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