In the hunt of this R20 MILLION Bafana Bafana striker, Orlando Pirates have taken a decisive lead over rivals Kaizer Chiefs!
PITSO MOSIMANE LASHES OUT AT THE SOWETO GIANTS!
For the better part of a year, the Pirates and Chiefs have been chasing the same man.
The lead is shifting as both teams compete for first place in the pursuit of this striker. However, the Pirates have just edged ahead yet again!
PIRATES BEAT CHIEFS TO R20 MILLION BAFANA TARGET
The Pirates are currently leading the hunt for Victor Letsoalo's signing.
Initially, Chiefs were considered the favorites to sign the Bafana Bafana attacker, but that has since changed. The Buccaneers, their archrivals, now appear to be the most likely of the two to sign the striker.
PATRICE MOTSEPE WOULD LIKE PITSO MOSIMANE TO COACH BAFANA BAFANA
According to reliable sources, the Pirates are optimistic about striking an agreement shortly. When Letsoalo's agent was asked about his clients' transfer to the Pirates, he did not dispute it.
Jazzman Mahlakgane, Letsoalo's agent, told Goal, "I can't comment about that right now."
Evidence Makgopa and Eva Nga have already committed to the Buccaneers. If they can keep Letsoalo, they will have the most dangerous player in the PSL.
One that can compete with Keegan Dolly, Khama Billiat, and Ashley Du Preez, as well as DStv Premiership champions Mamelodi Sundowns' Peter Shalulile and Themba Zwane.
Stay tuned to The South African for the most recent developments on this subject.
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