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Chiefs Submit An Improved Offer To Sign Sydney

The Chiefs have submitted an improved offer to sign Sydney. 


Kaizer Chiefs are not giving up on signing a highly regarded winger, who netted five goals last season and can switch between the left and right flanks. 


He is not prone to injuries and possesses a remarkable degree of fitness, having played all 32 games in the previous season. 


When Amazulu signed Ethan Brooks, they were a genuine competitor for the player, but now they're out of the running. 

After submitting a new offer for Pule Sydney Mmodi, we were informed that Golden Arrows would consider selling the player to us if we made a competitive proposal. In the past several weeks, our biggest rivals, Orlando Pirates, have shown serious interest in signing the player. 



We had a lot of trouble last year without a striker in our lineup, so you can see why we're doing everything we can to get the striker signed. Right now, our camp has only one recognized number nine: Ashley Du Preez. 


We need another striker, not just to increase competition, but because we plan to rotate and rest players in some games, as playing with a false number nine didn't benefit us at all. 


You have to be one of the league's best players to get a call up to the national team. We're going after one of the best players in the league. 


Even while I don't yet know the exact details of the transfer fee, I can say with certainty that he won't be leaving arrows for peanuts. They may be able to locate a successor in time for the start of our league if they sell him now. Please count on me to keep you apprised of the status of our transition.

Sources:

https://twitter.com/FARPostZA/status/1539988186314801152?t=fKptP1Rhb2fj5aZSdM1DqA&s=19

https://twitter.com/TheSAnews/status/1540297243361787904?t=Qr0tXDu2bbE572SEgcB4Tw&s=19


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