Kaizer Chiefs have showed the amount of effort they are willing to put in to get their man. Amakhosi have not backed down on their quest to get Victor Letsoalo from Royal AM despite the club's boss attempting to put all stops to the deal materializing.
MaMkhize made it clear that her Royal AM side are not in any way willing to make Victor Letsoalo available for any transfer negotiations. Victor Letsoalo was even cemented at the club with a contract extension that runs up until 2023.
Despite all these efforts by Royal AM to prevent Victor Letsoalo from leaving, Kaizer Chiefs remain determined to get their man no matter what obstacles they have to go through.
Amakhosi are believed to be pushing very hard for Victor Letsoalo’s services and they made it clear that they really want him. As the striker remains contracted to Royal AM, Kaizer Chiefs will have to propose a reasonable transfer fee to get the man who is highly valued in Durban.
Despite his previous comments that he doesn’t have any intentions of joining Kaizer Chiefs, Victor Letsoalo has reportedly had a change of mind and he now wishes to move. With Kaizer Chiefs putting all their energy of trying to sign Letsoalo, Royal AM on the other hand are working towards keeping him at the club.
It will continue to be an uphill battle for Kaizer Chiefs given that Royal AM are not interested in hearing Amakhosi's offer. The player might be willing to move but with an active contract, all the power is on Royal AM's side. VictorLetsoalo will need the club to provide their blessings and accept Kaizer Chiefs' offer then personal terms can be discussed.
It will be interesting to see want tricks Kaizer Chiefs have on their sleeves to force Royal AM to sell their striker.
Sources: The South African
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