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Kaizer Chiefs are looking to bolster their squad with a new star.

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Kaizer Chiefs are in a RED-HOT race with their PSL rivals to secure the services of this R8 MILLION Bafana Bafana striker on a pre-contract.

The transfer window may be closed but that does not mean the transfers are done.

Any free agent can still be signed by Chiefs or any DStv Premiership sides. However, this is not what Chiefs are after either. In fact, they are still closely watching this Bafana Bafana striker with the hope of securing his services on a The race is on for Pule Mmodi’s signature.

The race is on for Pule Mmodi’s signature.

Golden Arrows are aiming to extend his contract while Chiefs try secure a pre-contract agreement for the striker, according to

Mmodi made it clear that his goal is to play for Amakhosi someday.

This day could be sooner than many think. The same publication confirmed that they are open to letting him achieve his dream. Therefore, if Chiefs make a good enough bid for the star, he will be on his way to Naturena,

Should Chiefs make a good enough offer, the star could accept a deal on a pre-contract.

Meaning, we could see Modi at Amakhosi as early as January next year. That is if Arthur Zwane and co (Chiefs management) are still interested in the star. Remember, the Soweto giants recently signed Ashley Du Preez and Caleb-Bonfils Bimenyimana.

It may very well come down to the form of these two men after the FIFA international break until the end of the year.

After all, he was a Chiefs target before either of these men and he is one of the form players in the PSL.

Mmodi scored in four consecutive matches in the DStv Premiership against AmaZulu, Chippa United, Mamelodi Sundowns and Swallows FC.

He also earned a call-up to the national side with Hugo Broos gifting him game time against Botswana.

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