Kaizer Chiefs defender attracts interest from Europe, See Below
By Lundie | self meida writer
Published 23 days ago - 0 views
Despite Kaizer Chiefs many problems so far this season some of their top superstars have some how lived up to their individual expectations and attracted a lot of eyebrows not only locally but internationaly.
Reeve Frosler is said to have attracted interested from a European club which hopes to cash in on him before the official deadline of the transfer markets which are not so far from now.
According to a close source to the deal, the club has asked him to keep the name of team a secret for the time being just to reduce many debates of Frosler future at Natuena and also protect themselves should the Glamour Boys decline the offer made to them.
Frosler was bought by Enrst Middendrop from Bidvest Wits where hr had very little game time, but he has managed to work his way up to be one of the best in his position in his club.
Under Gavin Hunt this season, Frosler has showed his versatility as he now plays as winger rather than a defender, which made him become more valuable as he has proven that he can easily adapt to change and still live up to expectations.
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