A Royal AM midfielder may be on the move in this window given his limited game time, along with the changing of coaches and management at the club
Tebogo Potsane, one of the many players that joined Thwihli Thwahla after they bought Bloemfontein Celtic in the 2021/22 season, has a year and six months left on his contract but he is on his way out in search of a new PSL Club. A player that thrived under John Maduka, making 24 appearances, taking the team to the CAF Confederations because of their third place finish in the league last season is now looking to move.
A mutual departure or termination agreement must be taking place given the information that his deal only expires next year in June 2024. Unless a PSL Club is willing to pay a transfer fee to acquire the speedy players’ services in this window.
According to a close source, the club that is interested in him, and where he might turn up at is one of the in-form teams, Sekhukhune United, who have won four games out of five under the guidance of Coach Brandon Truter. A team where he could reunite with former Bloemfontein Celtic and Royal AM teammate Victor Letsoalo.
The 29-year-old right winger has made nine appearances for Royal AM this season, and previously won the Nedbank Cup with Free State Stars in 2018.
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