Absa Premiership

Chippa unwilling to sell Molangoane

2016-08-10 09:38
Joseph Molangoane (TEAMtalk)

Cape Town - Chippa United CEO Peter Koutroulis insists that wantaway midfielder Joseph Molangoane will not be sold to Kaizer Chiefs.

Molangoane has been training with Africa Sport Youth Development Academy in Johannesburg in hopes of forcing a move to Amakhosi.

The 28-year-old had penned a pre-contract with Chiefs, but Chippa claim that Molangoane has two years remaining on his deal at the Port Elizabeth club.

It appears the matter will have to be settled at Premier Soccer League (PSL) DRC with the negotiations seemingly deadlocked.

"The boy belongs to Chippa and has two years left on his contract with the club," Koutroulis told KickOff.

"He is still not training with the club and we respect him so much that we hope this issue will be resolved soon. Those that want him must engage us for talks."

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