Reports everywhere Kaizer Chiefs presumably knocked down to the signature Cape Townexciting left back Terence Mashego.

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REPORTS: HOW MUCH MAMELODI SUNDAY PAID TO WIN KAIZER CHIEFS MASHEGO

As a South African website reported this weekthe PSL champions have reportedly reached an agreement to sign the Mamelodi native on a four-year contract.

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The question is how exactly did they beat Kaizer Chiefs in the 26-year-old former Mthatha Bucks and TS Galaxy footballer?

According to leading transfer agency Soccer Laduma, Kabo Yellow simply put money on the table.

“…Information has reached the Siya crew that the Brazilians are believed to have agreed a transfer fee of just over 10 million rand for the left-back”. “Football Laduma” reports about this in the latest issue.

“…Kaizer Chiefs also made an approach for the player’s services, although they were put off by his cost and decided to hold out and hand him a free transfer next June, but were eventually beaten to his signature by Sundowns,” output added.

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Sundowns are expected to announce Mashego in the coming days. Image: @CapeTownCityFC / Twitter

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