Amid interest from Kaizer Chiefs and, most recently, in Europe for a key figure at Baroka FC, coach Matsimela Thoka has commented on the players’ value.
Goodman Mosele is only 21 but has featured in over 70 topflight matches for Bakgaga since joining them as a teenager four years ago.
The Siya crew reported last year that Chiefs, while still waiting for a verdict on their FIFA ban appeal from the Court of Arbitration for Sport, enquired about the young midfielder, though Baroka were never really keen to sell.
The club also turned down an offer from Europe this month, and it remains to be seen what happens next season, especially with Chiefs allowed to sign new players from July 1 and Baroka perhaps ready to cash in on a sizeable fee.
“For me, Goodman is the son of the soil and someone who works hard for the team,” said Baroka coach Thoka this week.
“We groomed him from the MDC (reserve league) and it shows in the way he plays. About him going somewhere else, I don’t want to talk much about it because for us as a team we need the boy, and he is a workaholic as you can see. In each and every game he gives a 100 percent. But I can’t speak about his future too much.”