Unpredictable Future for Wanted Man Shaune Mogaila

The future destination of Royal AM utility player Shaune Mogaila has become even more uncertain, as two additional Premier Soccer League (PSL) clubs have thrown their hats into the ring to secure his signature.

Shaune Mogaila is a wanted mam with local and international interest

Shaune Mogaila is a wanted mam with local and international interest,

With his contract set to expire in June, Mogaila is now free to explore potential moves, making him a highly sought-after player in the South African football scene.

Shaune Mogaila, 28, has been a key figure in the Royal AM squad since his arrival in 2022 from TS Galaxy.

Primarily occupying the right-back position, Mogaila has made a significant impact, accumulating over 60 appearances, five goals, and six assists during his tenure with the KwaZulu-Natal outfit.

His consistent and impressive displays led to a call-up for the Bafana Bafana squad in the COSAFA Cup.

The journey towards Mogaila’s future has taken unexpected turns, with previous reports linking him to Egyptian giants Pyramids and Uzbekistan’s FC Nasaf.

These international clubs expressed interest in acquiring his services, highlighting the player’s growing reputation on the global stage.

Furthermore, Orlando Pirates have reportedly been monitoring Mogaila since the previous campaign, adding to the intrigue surrounding his potential move.

The latest twist in the saga reveals that two more PSL clubs, AmaZulu and Sekhukhune United, have entered the race for Shaune Mogaila.

Sources suggest that both clubs have included the utility player on their wishlists, intensifying the competition for his signature.

AmaZulu, having previously been linked with Mogaila last year, has revisited their interest, emphasizing the player’s desirability in the domestic league.

Only time will tell what's next for Mogalia.

Only time will tell what’s next for Mogalia.

What’s next for Shaune Mogaila

Despite Royal AM’s desire to retain Mogaila, recent challenges within the club may hamper their efforts.

The FIFA transfer ban imposed on Royal AM last year, stemming from unpaid fees to Samir Nurkovic, has left them unable to sign new players.

This restriction has impacted the team’s ability to strengthen their squad, resulting in a struggle to achieve desired results on the field.

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