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Cordison’s trade with Chiefs isn’t a ‘resurrection from the dead’

Portuguese side Braga triggers two-year extension option on winger’s contract Cobamelo Cordison, he is associated with the Kaiser Chiefs. However, that doesn’t necessarily mean the end of the story.

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Rumour has it that Braga intends to loan Cordison to the lower leagues, not an attractive prospect for the former Bidvest Wits playmaker who moved to Braga three years ago.

“Braga have exercised their option on Cobamelo, and that’s two seasons left,” explained his agent, Mike Maccab. SABC Sports last month. “They told us they were going to loan him to the second division and we were not happy with that – we wouldn’t accept it and the players didn’t want to do it.”

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in another interview Gargas FMMakab has now further revealed that talks are being held between the parties, while confirming that Naturena could still be a potential destination if Cordisson does leave the Portuguese side

“The two clubs rate the players differently and that’s the situation here. We can’t reach an agreement. The deal is deadlocked,” Maccab said.

“The deal is not dead and buried. But unlocking it requires something special. We are facing challenges,” he added.

At the same time, it has been widely reported for quite some time that Bafana Bafana Attacker Pule Mmodi is one of the latest stars to join the Kaiser Chiefs’ target list, although he has begun preseason training with the Golden Arrows in recent days as negotiations appear to have hit a stumbling block.

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If the Arrows are keen to sell the player, it remains to be seen what the playmaker’s valuation will be and whether that will deter the Chiefs.according to Addis Times, With his current contract set to expire at the end of the 2022/2023 season, the Arrows are actually looking to “below R3m” and he is free to sign with any team in the next January window.

The Arrows said goodbye to several players on Monday, but Mmodi’s name was clearly not in the player’s departure range.

According to a report on football radumatheir sources say the playmaker is likely to remain at the KwaZulu-Natal club, but talks have apparently stalled.

“According to impeccable sources within the Kaiser Chiefs camp, Prime Modi is not the club’s primary target,” Soccer Laduma reports in its latest edition.

“The Glamour Boys have been in discussions with the Golden Arrows about the player’s services as KwaZulu-Natal want to sell the Bafana Bafana international to avoid him leaving for free after a year,” The report added.

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The report further stated that the two parties apparently could not agree on the attacker’s asking price, although a potentially “final” decision could be made in the near future.

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