Pule Mmodi's dream move to Kaizer Chiefs may be delayed as the player may be unable to join the club in the current transfer window.
The Golden Arrows highly rated star has been strongly linked with a move to Amakhosi ahead of the new season.
The player has also previously expressed his desires for a move to the club.
Chiefs have also been keen to bring the player on board ahead of the new season.
However the player still has a contract with Arrows which may come as a huge obstacle on his desired move away from the KwaZulu Natal based side.
It is understood that the talks between Chiefs and Arrows are still going to find common grounds regarding the switch of the player.
Reports suggest that Arrows are willing to sell the player, but at the higher price, meanwhile Amakhosi are still not convinced if the player is worth that much considering his age.
A close source also revealed that the player may be forced to accept that he will only leave the club at the end of next season if Chiefs and Arrows fail to reach an agreement, unless another team come forward and offer Arrows what they want.
Other reports suggest that Orlando Pirates are also after the player's signature but the player made it clear that he wants to join Chiefs.
Source: Soccer Laduma
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