Absa Premiership

Dolly European move in jeopardy

2017-01-05 16:41
Keagan Dolly (Gallo Images)

Cape Town - Mamelodi Sundowns attacking midfielder Keagan Dolly may have to put his European move on hold again as he continues his contractual dispute with the Brazilians.

After the PSL Dispute Resolution Chamber (DRC) ruled in favor of the CAF Champions League winners over the alleged mistake in Dolly's buyout clause in his contract - it's been reported that his representatives may take the matter to the labour court or straight to FIFA.

French Ligue 1 side, Montpellier and Greek Super League giants, Olympiacos have reportedly sent the Brazilians opening bids of R14m, but the Premiership Champions are holding out for a fee close to R24m, which 'Downs claim represents his market value.

According to local publication, TMG Sport, La Paillade are ready to further their negotiations with Pitso Mosimane's side but with the 23-year-old favoring a move to Paulo Bento's 43-time league winning side, the transfer saga has hit a slight snag.

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