Absa Premiership

Ajax to shop in transfer window

2014-12-30 12:33
Roger de Sa (Gallo Images)

Cape Town - Roger de Sa confirms that Ajax Cape Town will be looking to being two or three players during the transfer window period.

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According to KickOff, De Sa reveals that two or three players is all they would need but it all depends on capital.

"Definitely we have targeted two or three players that I think we need," De Sa said.

"To us it's a question of affordability and availability. I don't have a Patrice [Downs owner Motsepe] cheque that can sign who ever I want and have 50 players and another 20 on loan.

Reports suggest that Orlando Pirates’ Lehlohonolo Masalesa are among the targets De Sa are trying to lure.

"We can only rely on what we can afford and what is available.

"It's not easy but we have to find the right one. We have made contacts and we will be signing two or three players for the next six months," he adds.

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