The Premier Soccer League have moved to clear the air surrounding Kaizer Chiefs striker, Camaldine Abraw’s contract saga, indicating that it is still with the PSL’s prosecutor.
Abraw is understood to have signed a pre-contract with Bloemfontein Celtic before he decided to sign for Chiefs in the July/August transfer window.
Siwelele have argued that the player, who has been cleared to play for the Amakhosi this season despite the fracas surrounding his contract, shouldn’t have been given the go-ahead to play.
The Bloemfontein-based outfit have argued that due to the manner in which Abraw signed for Chiefs, the player should not have been registered, however their attempt to stop his resignation was dismissed.
PSL spokesperson, Lux September, has moved to clear up the issue and explained to the Siya crew that the matter had not yet been finalised by the PSL’s prosecutor.
“Bloem Celtic tried to interdict Chiefs’ registration of Abraw, and that was rejected by the DRC,” September explained.
“They made a ruling and referred the matter to the PSL’s prosecutor. The matter is still with the prosecutor at this moment in time and is yet to be finalised.”