The Premier Soccer League’s ‘big three’ clubs could potentially find themselves in a bidding war for Mosa Lebusa’s services should they be keen on tabling Ajax Cape Town’s asking price.
Lebusa has been heavily linked with a move away from the Urban Warriors, with sources since revealing that the player could be completing a deal elsewhere in the early weeks of the transfer window.
However, it won’t be that easy for an interested suitor to lure the player to their camp, with indications that Ajax have increased the price tag on the 25-year-old’s services.
Initially the Urban Warriors were reportedly looking for around R5 million for Lebusa, however with interest in the player pouring in from all over, it is believed that the club is looking at a fee of R8 million for their captain's signature.
As previously reported by the Siya crew, Pirates seem to be leading the race for the player, although both Chiefs and Sundowns are still in the mix.
At this point, it is yet to be confirmed by the club or the player, whether Lebusa will be making the move to one of the Gauteng giants, although, with the situation at Ajax still having the chance at top flight football next season, it remains to be seen whether they will be confirming any more outgoing players.