KAIZER CHIEFS REJECT MMODI PURSUIT?
Recall when the disclosed Mmodi-Amakhosi deal appeared to be almost complete? It appears that things have changed.
According to the recent reports, the Glamour Boys have decided to make signing the 29-year-old midfielder a minimal task.
"Pule Mmodi is not really the team's primary target, by a top - notch source within the Kaizer Chiefs camp," Soccer Laduma noted in their newest issue.
"The Glamour Boys were in talks with Golden Arrows about the player's amenities because the KwaZulu Natal club wants to sell the Bafana Bafana international in order to keep him from departing for free".
Mmodi had also publically declared his desire to join Kaizer Chiefs..."
WHY IS MMODI NOT A PRIORITY?
The Glamour Boys have signed eight players in defensive line, midfield, and wide positions, and has yet to consider replacing Samir Nurkovic and Leonardo Castro because Ashley Du Preez is not a typical centre forward.
"The Soweto powerhouses are motivated to resolve their shortfall up front prior to actually signing some other wide player," according to the report.
In the meantime, Chiefs are still interested in Royal AM's Victor Letsoalo and two West African strikers.
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