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Kaizer Chiefs pull out in a race to sign Stellenbosch Football Club star attacker Junior Mendieta after Mamelodi Sundowns joins the race.

Chiefs Pull Out Of The Race To sign Mendieta
Outgoing Stellenbosch Football Club star attacker Junior Mendieta.

According to Impempe and The Kasi Source, Amakhosi has decided to pull out of the race to sign Mendieta.

This comes after their arch-rivals, Mamelodi Sundowns joined the race and are likely to win the race for the attacker.

The Brazilians are seemingly ready to pay Mendieta’s release clause of around R10 million.

As the club is eager to replace the departing Hashim Domingo with the Argentinean ininternational.

Meanwhile, Chiefs has now turned their sight to Maritzburg United attacker Rowan Human after signing Mduduzi Mdantshane.

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The 22-year-old is a cheaper option, as he will cost Chiefs around R5 million compared to R10 million for the 30-year-old Mendieta.

However, the Human’s deal to Chiefs is based on the two clubs reaching an agreement and Maritzburg’s results in the PSL Promotional playoffs.

Should the Team of Choice get relegated, Human is likely to move to Chiefs for a fee that is below his market value.

But should they cement their place in the top division, the deal will be harder for Chiefs to seal.

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