Baroka chairman Khurishi Mphahlele insists he would never stand in the way of any of their players should a right offer come.
Players such as Vusi Sibiya, Thamsanqa Masiya, Evidence Makgopa and Goodman Mosele have reportedly attracted interest from local and overseas teams.
When asked during the unveiling of two new sponsors on Friday at the Baroka Village if they have offers for players such as Mosele, Mphahlele couldn’t confirm but said the club was not thinking of selling at the moment.
“We are not a team to sell, we are a team to develop and grow,” said Mphahlele.
“Goodman Mosele is one of our products and at his age, he is doing well and he is not the only player. There are a few of them, talking about the likes of Evidence Makgopa who is doing wonderful work and Basil Mphahlele is also doing well so it shows that our development is going in the right direction.
“We have developed (Oscarine) Masuluke as well. So in terms of selling, we are not thinking about selling our players, but if someone comes with a good offer why not? Because the boys need to grow as well. Goodman has been playing for us for four years and at his age he has done wonderful work for us. He has done enough for us, if someone comes we would gladly let him go,” he said.
The last time Baroka were involved in a major transfer was when they sold Siphelele Ntshangase to Kaizer Chiefs in 2018.
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By Ofhani Munyai