Kaizer Chiefs willing to let Reeve Frosler go if a worthy offer from Europe emerges

If a good offer from Europe comes through, the Kaizer Chiefs are willing to let outstanding utility defender Reeve Frosler depart.
The 24-year-old recently inked a new three-year contract with Naturena, but sources claim that the Glamour Boys will be eager to transfer their utility man before his deal expires.
An insider at Kaizer Chiefs has since claimed that the club acted promptly to avoid losing Frosler to a local PSL team however, football manager Bobby Motaung will be willing to let the former Wits defender leave for overseas.

“Reeve Frosler may have signed a new three year day at Kaizer Chiefs last month but the Glamour Boys have left the door open for a possible move abroad” a SoccerLaduma report read.
“According to sources at Chiefs, the announcement of a new deal to hold on to Frosler does not put an end to his dream of playing overseas.
“It will depend on whether there is an offer or a genuine bid for the player and if that happens, the club will not stop him from leaving at the end of the season.” – a Kaizer Chiefs insider told the same publication.

While many were expecting Kaizer Chiefs to announce a number of bumper new signings at the close of the January transfer window, it didn’t happen.
Instead, the Glamour Boys confirmed a host of contract extensions including that of Reeve Frosler and fellow first team star Nkosingiphile Ngcobo.
Nkosingiphile Ngcobo, Keletso Sifama and Thabo Mokoena all penned deals that will keep them at Kaizer Chiefs until 2024.
Reeve Frosler and Happy Mashiane have signed three-year extensions keeping them at the club until 2025 while Sabelo Radebe signed a new deal that will keep him at the club until 2026.

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