Cape Town Spurs winger Abednego Mosiatlhaga would be about to leave the mother city and join the giants of Soweto Kaizer chefs.
The 26-year-old, who usually operates from the right-hand position, is believed to have given all he could to the GladAfrica Championship and now is the time for him to move on from that. level.
Although Mosiatlhaga’s deal expires at the end of this season, the Cape Town-based club are believed to have a renewal option, which could mean the Kaizer Chiefs would have to pay a transfer fee.
Mosiatlhaga has a history with Kaizer Chiefs coach Gavin Hunt
Mosiatlhaga previously worked with current Kaizer Chiefs coach Gavin Hunt which is seen as a huge advantage in his favor. He also feels the Chiefs are the perfect club at the perfect level for him to showcase his talents.
A source speaking to The Citizen backed up these claims.
What would he add to the chefs?
“He will add a lot of value to the club, he is a former junior international and has played for Bafana Bafana before. It’s actually a good buy since he’s still young, but he’s got a lot of experience. He’s a player Coach Gavin really wants to have on his squad and they’ve worked together before. “ said the source.
The source even went so far as to confirm that there had already been a dialogue between Mosiatlhaga and the chiefs, but nothing concrete had yet come from them.
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“I know there have already been discussions, but they were not formal because the boy had to concentrate on the end of the season with his team. Now that it’s over there will be discussions soon, but from what I know is that he wants to play in the DStv Premiership and Chiefs are a perfect team for him ”. He continued
Mosiatlhaga is a wanted man
Although the Chiefs appear to be in pole position for Mosiatlhaga’s services, the sources have left a warning for the Amakhosi.
“Apparently there are other teams who have shown interest in him as well, it’s just a matter of the Chiefs management making this deal quickly,” he concludes.
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This notice was published: 2021-05-25 12:19:07