The interest was also confirmed by AM’s Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Sinky Mnisi, where he said the Glamour Boys have indeed made contact.
Letsoalo has now commented to say what many players often say in this situation: He is focused on his current club right now.
Asked if the speculations are disrupting his football, the 29-year-old said:
“No, no, I’m focusing on where I am at this moment. All the focus now is, to mantain the position we at in the league and win the Nedbank Cup. Me scoring goals for Royal AM is the most important thing for me,” Letsoalo said as quoted by Soccer Laduma.
“I can’t be stressing about teams that want me, my focus is on Royal AM.
“No, I was okay, when I was in Johannesburg to sort out my things and people started creating their own stories, saying I wasn’t happy, which is not true.”
Asked if a move is likely at the end of the season, Letsoalo said: “I don’t know about that, hey.”
KOBAMELO KODISANG’S AGENT SAYS KAIZER CHIEFS HAVE MADE NO CONTACT
As The South African previously reported earlier this months, Chiefs are reportedly eyeing Mzansi’s talented winger Kodisang to leave Portugal’s Braga for Naturena.
Kodisang’s agent, the well-established Makaab, has revealed that the Rustenburg-born is unlikely to extend his stay in Portugal