TS Galaxy is now accepting autograph requests for Ethan Brooks.
With the Bafana great poised to go on a new journey, Chiefs and Pirates are expected to compete for his signing.
BROOKS SIGNATURE IS REQUIRED BY THE KAIZER CHIEFS AND THE ORLANDO PIRATES.
The skilled midfielder is wanted by both Amakhosi and the Buccaneers.
Brooks is looking for a new team, according to Citizen, and his club is behind him. This comes after Brooks and Maart shined in the PSL and pleased the Soweto giants while playing for the national team under Hugo Broos.
It's now a question of which club can offer Brooks the best deal or where his heart rests.
What matters now is that he is available for both Soweto giants to sign - these are certainly exciting times!
Brooks has been added to a long list of prospective Amakhosi transfers for the month of January. Yusuf Maart, Sipho Mbule, Teboho Mokeona, and other Bafana Bafana teammates, as well as rising players like Sithebe - who is worth MILLIONS!
He's also on the Pirates' list of FIVE priority signings they want to make this transfer window.
Would you rather see Brooks play in the middle for the Chiefs or the Pirates?
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