A young star from Kaizer Chiefs has aroused the curiosity of the Spanish La Liga, according to the latest speculations.
Since his return to right back under current Chiefs coach Stuart Baxter, Blom hasn't looked back. He has constantly put in performances that have led Amakhosi fans to proclaim him the best player on the field, performances that have drawn the notice of Bafana Bafana coach Hugo Broos, who has called him up for the back-to-back World Cup qualifiers against Ethiopia.
According to a source from The Citizen, Blom has not only aroused Broos' interest, but he may also have piqued the interest of Spanish La Liga side RCD Mallorca.
"It's believed that RCD Mallorca are interested in the Dobsonville-born young versatile player, but Amakhosi's asking price may deter them," the story continued. "Amakhosi is thought to be looking for around R20 million, which Mallorca believes is a bit high given Blom's age and expertise." WHAT WOULD HE BE WORTH IN MONEY? They also mentioned that they were unable to get out to Chiefs for confirmation of the rumors. Amakhosi has R20 million on the table. Should the Chiefs let this youngster go if the rumors are true? Mallorca were also close to signing Bongani Zungu, a Bafana Bafana international midfielder, before a last-minute deal fell through in January 2020. Njabulo Blom (born December 11, 1999) is a South African professional soccer player for Kaizer Chiefs of the South African Premier League and the South African national team as a central midfielder or right defender.
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