Tebogo Mokoena is open to reconnecting with former Chiefs manager Ntseki if no suitable offer comes from outside. According to a source, the Chiefs have enquired about the expense of securing Supersport's signature on the promising player.
Who has an international buy-out clause in their contract? Mokoena is currently competing in the Tokyo Olympics. Unless anything magical happens, the under-23 side looks like it will be coming home soon. It's unknown whether he's played enough games to impress international scouts.
Mokoeana has an R14 million bounty on his head, according to a source. Given the number of deals made at Naturena, Chiefs could undoubtedly offer Supersport a player in exchange for cash.
Teboho Mokoena would rather play for Kaizer Chiefs than Mamelodi Sundowns if he were to leave SuperSport United for a local team.
Mokoena is projected to be one of the players Matsatsantsa a Pitori sells before the start of the new season. SuperSport is believed to have declined to speak with potential local buyers in order to encourage international interest following the Olympics.
If an overseas offer is not forthcoming, Phakaaathi has discovered that Mokoena will choose Chiefs over Sundowns on a local level.
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