Absa Premiership

Pirates' Chabalala in the dark over Ravens talk - agent

2018-08-02 17:40
Justice Chabalala (Gallo Images)

Cape Town - Justice Chabalala's agent claims to have no knowledge of reported interest in the Orlando Pirates defender from DR Congo champions TP Mazembe.

The 26-year-old caught the eye during the Buccaneers' pre-season camp in Zambia, where Milutin Sredojevic's side played against Forest Rangers, Power Dynamos and the Ravens.

The Central African giants are said to be trailing Chabalala after he impressed in the goalless draw between the two teams at the Levy Mwanawasa Stadium.

However, Ratshibvumo Mulovhedzi insists his client remains focused on the season ahead with Pirates and knows nothing of the rumours regards a switch to Lubumbashi.

"Yes, I heard that Justice had a good game against TP Mazembe in Zambia. I also spoke to the player about their pre-season camp in Zambia," Mulovhedzi told Goal.com website.

"However, I am not aware of any interest from Mazembe in his services at the moment. That's news to me.

"The player is also in the dark regarding the reported interest. He is focused on doing his job for Pirates."

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