English Premiership side, Crystal Palace, are keen on retaining the services of South Africa’s midfield strongman, Kagisho Dikgacoi.
The South African has played a pivotal role in helping the Eagles gain promotion to the top tier of English Football last season, and in retaining their Premier League status this season.
Co-chairman of the club, Steve Parish, told the Mirror Sport that they intend on keeping the South African who’s contract runs out at the end of June 2014, at Palace.
“ We’ve got to have a conversation with KG. He’s done ever so well for us. It’s very likely he’ll be offered something as well,” said Parish.
Palace will wait till the final day of the league to agree terms with Dikgacoi.
Last month Soccer Laduma reported that there were a number of Premier League sides as well as clubs in France and Germany who were showing strong interest in the South African.
Dikgacoi has been a consistent figure for the Eagles this season having made a total of 25 starting appearances, 24 in the league and one in the FA Cup.
It remains to be seen if Dikgacoi will agree to personal terms with Palace, but Soccer Laduma will moniter the situation closely.