Absa Premiership

Agent in dark over Pirates sales

2017-01-27 14:04
Justice Chabalala (Gallo Images)

Cape Town - Football agent Ratshibvumo Mulovhedzi claims he is completely in the dark about the reported movements of Justice Chabalala and Sello Japhta to Chippa United.

Orlando Pirates reportedly reached a mutual agrreement with the Port-Elizabeth based-outfit which saw the two clubs engage in a swap-deal with Thembinkosi Lorch, James Okwuosa and Marc van Heerden heading to the Mayfair based-outfit, whilst Chabalala, Sello Japhta, Donald Mokondolela and Nkosinathi Mthiyane went the opposite way.

Mulovhedzi has, however, claimed ignornace about the deal - further stating that Chabalala and Japhta are still training with Pirates.

"There is nothing like that," he told Goal.

"What’s happening is that the players are confused and they’re asking me questions that I cannot even answer because no one has told me anything.

"I told them that I will let them know as soon as I hear anything.

"I'm sure the chairman (Dr Khoza) will get to the bottom of this and sort it out.

"As we speak now, the two players are training with Pirates. They haven’t signed with anyone. They are worried that they might be leaving the club."

 

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