Kaizer Chiefs and Orlando Pirates could both lose out in the race for the signature of a top midfielder.
The Soweto Giants have both made few exciting new signings ahead of the new season.
The two clubs are however not done in the transfer market as they are linked with a couple of players ahead of the new campaign.
Patosi is currently in South Africa for his offseason break.
The player has spent the last two-and-a-half years trading his play abroad with Iran based club Foolad FC.
However his contract with the club is nearing an end.
According to reports Foolad is keen to offer the player a new deal ahead of the new season.
Other reports suggest that there are other teams from abroad that have shown interests to sign the player.
This could come as a huge blow for the Soweto teams who were hoping to secure the player.
Source: Soccer Laduma
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