Absa Premiership

Tlolane's Polokwane exit looms

2015-01-06 11:01
Puleng Tlolane (Gallo Images)

Cape Town - Polokwane City could be persuaded to sell their star striker, Puleng Tlolane, according to his agent.

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Tlolane’s agent, Lizwe Mthethwa, admits that the forward will either leave Rise and Shine during January and if not, June will definitely be his departure from the club.

"There is a great possibility that he might leave now, and if not, he will leave in June,” Mthethwa was quoted by KickOff.

"Polokwane City has been made aware of the offers: one of them includes the exchange of two players as part of the deal.

"The only concern with Polokwane City was their position on the log and keeping their PSL status next season, before we can sell the player,” he adds.

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