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Chippa may move for Wolff

Ajax Cape Town defender Keamogetse Wolff could make a switch to Chippa United in this transfer window.

The 24-year-old has been deemed surplus to requirements at Ajax and will be allowed to leave Ikamva if a deal can be brokered for his services.

Chippa are interested in taking the player on, though whether this would be in the form of a loan or an outright sale is unclear.

“Wolff is a player that we are interested in and I think he would like to join us,” United coach Farouk Abrahams told supersport.com. “He wants to leave Ajax and get some regular game-time, and maybe he can do that with us.”

Chippa have had a poor time of it in the January transfer window so far. They thought they had tied up deals to sign Orlando Pirates winger Mark Mayambela, as well as the BidVest Wits duo of Erwin Isaacs and Mbulelo Mabizela, but all of these collapsed.

Although Abrahams says bringing in attacking players is his No 1 aim, he is also looking at defensive options.

“We have been pretty solid defensively this season, but we need to create more chances in games and so we are looking at a number of options in this transfer window,” he said.


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