South African youth international midfielder Goodman Mosele has become the sought-after player in the DStv Premiership as the 2020/21 season is nearing an end and with clubs set to reinforce their respective squads.
As reported in edition 1216 of Soccer Laduma, Orlando Pirates are believed to be interested in the 21-year-old who is ever improving with his performances for Baroka FC and is touted as one of Mzansi’s future stars.
Kaizer Chiefs have also been linked to the player in the past few months, and indications are that Baroka will sell the player, should a good offer be tabled.
Speaking to the Siya crew, former Pirates midfielder Lebogang Mothibantwa has advised Mosele to consider a Chiefs move as opposed to the Buccaneers, should he have to choose between the two giants of Mzansi football.
“The big teams like to go for the shining stars and sometimes these players are just young boys who are still trying to find their feet in the big league. I’d rather advise him (Mosele) to go to Kaizer Chiefs. Look at Pirates, they are a very strong team and Chiefs on the other side are on a rebuilding phase. I’d advise him to go where he knows that he’s going to play,” said Mothibantwa.
“If he goes to Pirates, the club might sign three other players in his position in the same season that he is joining the club and it would be very difficult for him to play. I’d advise him to go to Kaizer Chiefs. It’s going to be tough for him at Pirates and I am not saying that I underestimate his talent or his efforts but based on facing reality and speaking from experience, as a player you get frustrated by sitting on the bench and that can affect you in the long run. I mean, he’s still a young boy and Kaizer Chiefs will be the right platform for him even though I love Pirates,” he added.