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Opinion - Kaizer Chiefs have been given slim hope in the race to sign Teboho Mokoena?

In relation to the pursuit of SuperSport United top midfield star Teboho Mokoena it can be said that for Kaizer Chiefs it probably is one of the most complicated transfers for them to complete

And one of the reasons for that is although SuperSport United have in most recent years demonstrated that they are willing to sell their best players but only of course for the right price it is never as straightforward as that

Because at times it also depends on the will of the player whether or not the player himsef is even interested in signing for a club that manages to agree a fee with SuperSport United which is never an easy thing to do

That has also been the case with Teboho Mokoena who Kaizer Chiefs have been pursuing since last year and last season as he is without a doubt one of the best midfielders in South African Football perhaps maybe even the best as well

Although Kaizer Chiefs have the neccessary economical resources to facilitate a potential transfer move for Teboho Mokoena the player's first preference is to go overseas which came as a slight blow for Amakhosi

Then again as well Teboho Mokoena also offered encouragement to any interested parties in his services in the same breath as well as he revealed a few weeks ago that if the opportunity presented itself he would be more than willing to sign for a local based club

That in itself is quite a lot of encouragement for Kaizer Chiefs to take on board in their pursuit of Teboho Mokoena considering they have been tracking the player for a quite a while now

And although it is not very much clear whether Kaizer Chiefs are still pursuing Teboho Mokoena the fact that he is willing to join a local based club and with Amakhosi having the resources to sign him anything can happen because football is unpredictable

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