The Top PSL teams such as Kaizer Chiefs, Mamelodi and and Orlando Pirates will be very pleased to hear the latest utterances by Supersport United CEO Stan Matthews, regarding one of his top players at the club.
The CEO has come out to reveal how the club are planning a transfer from their highly rated midfielder Tebobo Mokoena in the upcoming January transfer window. This came after he had a meeting with the Club's Chairman Khulu Sibiya, deciding to help the player leave and is unlikely to be seen in Matsatsantsa colours next season.
Mathews revealed this during an interview with SAFJA, saying that they know when to let players go and that there are teams that are interested in signing the midfielder who is now a vital member of Bafana Bafana under new coach Hugo Broos.
"We know when to sell players and make some couple of dollars off them. I would say that a player like Tebogo may not be at the club come next year. Myself and the Chairman Khulu Sibiya sat down and decided that we are going to help him get the best move for his career, " revealed Mathews.
Mokoena had been courted last season alongside his friend Sipho Mbule by Kaizer Chiefs and Mamelodi Sundowns. This now a possibility that he may join one of the two clubs, with Matsatsantsa willing to allow him to join any of them according to Mathews.
"We have sold a lot of players to Mamelodi Sundowns, Kaizer Chiefs and Mamelodi Sundowns in the past 20 years and that is part of the game. We are aware when it is time to send a player away," he added.
It now remains to be seen what will happen with regards to the future of the midfielder as clubs will now be monitoring the situation, ready to capitalize on the decision taken by Supersport.
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