According to ThisIsFootball.Africa sources, Kgomotso Mosadi, who scored the only goal for Casric Stars, the Mpumalanga-based side when they came up against Kaizer Chiefs in the Nedbank Cup Last 16, is being monitored by Sekhukhune United.
Bonfils-Caleb Bimenyimana converted from the spot to put Chiefs ahead in the 11th minute before Casric levelled matters, courtesy of the Sekhukhune-target, two minutes after the hour mark. Coming off the bench, Ashley du Preez netted the winner a minute after the Motsepe Foundation Championship side had equalised, thereby earning Chiefs a spot in the quarterfinals.
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The 24-year-old midfielder has managed to bag 16 goals in all competitions so far this season, 10 in the league and six from cup competitions. While Mosadi continues to be the talk of the town in the Motsepe foundation Championship, the Kempton Park-based side is not the only one showing an interest, as SuperSport United and Chippa United have also thrown their name in the hat.
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But it is unlikely that he will make a move if the team that bought the status of Free State Stars is promoted to the DStv Premiership. Casric Stars are currently in third position, which is a play-off position, three points behind leaders Polokwane City.
Their next game is against Rise and Shine on Wednesday, with an opportunity to go level on points with them.