- Andriamirado ‘Dax’ Andrianarimanana could become the subject of a contract dispute between Kaizer Chiefs and Fosa Juniors
- Kaizer Chiefs announced Dax had joined the club on a two-year deal last Friday
- Dax’s current club, Fosa Juniors, dropped a bombshell on Wednesday when it announced that Kaizer Chiefs had not contacted them about the move
Andriamirado ‘Dax’ Andrianarimanana’s future could become the subject of a contract dispute between his new club Kaizer Chiefs and his former club Fosa Juniors. Last Friday, Chiefs announced that Dax had joined the team on a two-year deal.
On Wednesday, Andrianarimanana’s former club Fosa Juniors dropped a bombshell when it released a statement which says Kaizer Chiefs had not been in contact with anyone at the club with regards to a transfer deal and that no transfer deal was signed.
Andrianarimanana impressed Kaizer Chiefs scouts when he played for Madagascar during the recent COSAFA Cup in South Africa and decided to offer him a contract.
Briefly.co.za gathered that Andrianarimanana has yet to join his new teammates for pre-season training which started on Monday. Kaizer Chiefs remained mum on the reason for the Andrianarimanana’s absence from training.
Goal.com reported that while Fosa Junior said they had not been contacted about the transfer, the club also stated that it remained open to negotiating Andrianarimanana’s future and was willing to engage with any club which shows interest in securing the services of the midfielder.
Most of Kaizer Chiefs contracted players reported for duty on Monday. Players started their pre-season training with medical evaluations.
The club will want to address this latest issue as quickly as possible and move on with its preparations ahead of the new PSL season.
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