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Football | Absa Premiership

Grobler to SuperSport move still in the air



Ajax Cape Town say they are not yet sure whether striker Bradley Grobler will be making the switch to SuperSport United as part of a proposed swap deal with Mabhuti Khenyeza.

Ajax held talks with Khenyeza over the weekend and are hoping to finalise a deal today to see the 30-year-old return to Ikamva.

SuperSport coach Gavin Hunt said last week that a swap was possible with Grobler heading to Tshwane, but Ajax CEO George Comitis has told supersport.com that part of the deal is still up in the air.

A decision is likely in the coming days and will be reliant on Grobler agreeing personal terms with Matsatsantsa.

Grobler was brought back to the PSL from Turkey amid much fanfare ahead of this season, but has failed to fire, with just four goals this season.

His move to Ikamva looked a good fit, he is a fine finisher and was expected to thrive in a side that generally creates a lot of chances.

But the team’s struggles this season appear to have affected his performances and as he is one of the highest wage earners on the club’s books, they might cut their losses.



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