- Lidoda Duvha football side chairman, David Thidiela, reportedly wants R17 million for the Black Leopard's top striker, Mwape Musonda
- Reports suggest teams from China and Turkey have shown interest in Musonda
- But, Thidiela turned down an offer because it was only R8 million
Sources have claimed that David Thidiela reportedly put a R17 million prize on the Black Leopard's top striker's head.
According to the Daily Sun, a source close to them said Mwape Musonda was looking to move to a team in either China or Turkey.
Briefly.co.za gathered the source added Thidiela would only release Musonda for R17 million and nothing less.
Goztepe reported offered Thidiela R8 million, but he allegedly rejected it. Thidiela also reportedly rejected a R5 million offer from a PSL team and it has allegedly left Musonda feeling frustrated.
The chairman was quoted on a website, saying that he would not stand in Musando's way if he wanted to leave. However, he added that team wanting Musando should bring "a sack full of cash".
Mzansi has since given their views on Thidiela demanding R17 million for Musando on social media.
Nkosinathi Nkabinde, who goes by the Twitter handle @nkabindenm, commented: "He is not willing to sell Musonda. And he is messing up Musonda’s career for his personal greedy."
Another tweep, @Mzimkulu13, added: "He can keep him, He will be a free agent Very soon."
Vusi Khumalo, @maVitsho, wrote: "Thidiela is a greedy man."
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