A Gabonese international defender is linked with some of the big clubs in Mzansi as he is believed to be considering a move to the Absa Premiership.
The player is Yrondu Musavu-King and is currently unattached after parting ways with French Ligue 2 club Le Mans FC in June.
As reported in edition 1184 of Soccer Laduma, the 28-year-old centre-back is said to have Mamelodi Sundowns, Orlando Pirates and Golden Arrows all showing an interest in him, according to Siya sources, although indications are that he won’t come cheap, which could give Downs or Pirates the edge over Abafana Bes’thende, with the two Gauteng giants known to pay big-money wages.
It’s no secret that both Bucs and Sundowns are in the market to bolster their central defence, with both teams having been linked to Thulani Hlatshwayo, amongst other defenders, in recent times.
The Soweto giants appear to have edged Sundowns to Hlatshwayo’s signature, and it remains to be seen if a similar race emerges in the pursuit of Musavu-King’s signature.
The towering left footed player has French citizenship as he grew up in the European country and played for several clubs, including Lorient FC and Toulouse, while he has also played for Udinese in the Italian Serie A and St Gallen in Swiss Super League.
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