- Recent reports reveal that South African team Mamelodi Sundowns' R13m bid for Pavol Safranko was rejected
- According to reports, Safranko has opted to stay with his team Sepsi OSK until the end of the season when he is likely to join Sundowns
- Mamelodi Sundowns have already signed Peter Shalulile and Kermit Erasmus this season in a bid to strengthen their team
Recent reports have revealed that an R13 million rand bid for European striker, Pavol Safranko made by Mamelodi Sundowns has been rejected by the player who is currently playing for Romanian Liga 1 side Sepsi OSK.
Safranko has allegedly opted to stay with Sepsi OSK to help them during the playoffs which is currently underway, until the end of the season when it is speculated he is most likely to accept Mamelodi Sundowns' multi-million rand offer to secure him on their team.
Safranko, who boasts an impressive record on the field, has scored over 70 goals and a decent 17 assists in 240 appearances on European fields since he entered the exciting world of football. He will definitely be worth the money for SA's Sundowns.
Meanwhile, local football fans have heard this to say about the team's decision to rake out so many randela's on the European striker:
"And idiots will say Sundowns is killing Liga 1, competition."
"Sundowns is on another level"
"That Club must put a price tag of atleast 80M on his head so that the Chloorkop team can experience a bit of their own medicine."
"Sundowns is too ambitious. They have outgrown PSL"
In other Briefly.co.za sports news, Kaizer Chiefs released a statement confirming that the match against Wydad Casablanca has been postponed. According to the statement, there has been a hold up with the issuing of visas to certain players. Chiefs went on to say that there has been a lack of communication from the Moroccan Football Federation as well as authorities.
The lack of communication involves Amakhosi travelling to Morroco. Chiefs have now had to move their travel plans pending a resolution and cooperation from all relevant parties. Kaizer Chiefs have postponed plans to travel to Morocco due to certain players not receiving their Visas.
News24 reported that a statement released by the South African Football Association (SAFA) said that the Confederation of African Football (CAF) postponed the CAF Champions League match between Chiefs and Wydad.
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