Stellenbosch FC and Kaizer Chiefs have discussed the possibility of marking forward Ashley du Preez, but no agreement has been reached.
The Chiefs have long admired the Stellies Institute product, who has nine goals in the DStv Premiership this season and has been mentioned as a prospective target in recent months.
However, thanks to Stellies' inclusion of a purchase out clause in his ebb and flow contract, they were able to keep their chasing charm for the 2021/22 season.
According to the iDiski Times, Amakhosi made contact with the club's administration on Monday to begin preliminary conversations regarding the transfer, and given that they had met the requirements for commander Zitha Kwinka, the move for Zitha Kwinka was made.Du Preez may conduct more tests. Kwinika was given the gift of returning to his childhood club with a significant increase in remuneration, while making it known to his desired club that he wanted to return home to be closer to his family after two years in the Cape Winelands.
Despite the fact that, contrary to popular belief, no agreement has yet been made between the Soweto monsters and Stellies regarding Du Preez, Chiefs will offer a player-plus-cash deal to ameliorate the situation.
Stellies have shown interest in Happy Mashiane, as disclosed in Edition 53 of iDiski Times, in order to bolster their left-flank options, and it's expected that Chiefs will go in various directions from the 24-year-old Currently, after initially stating that he was not available for buy in their most memorable inquiry during the slow season of the year.
In any case, it's unclear whether Stellies will return to the premium in Mashiane or if one of the other players Amakhosi have made available will entice them to depart in different directions from Du Preez, who was called up to Hugo Broos' 37-man fundamental squad for the upcoming 2023 Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers in June.