Golden Arrows remain tight-lipped on the future of Pule Mmodi as the midfielder reportedly is keen to achieve a childhood dream.
Mmodi has been the subject of intense transfer speculation after reports surfaced that he holds the ambition to play for his boyhood team Kaizer Chiefs.
The 29-year-old midfielder has one year remaining on his current deal at Abafana Besthende which is set to expire in June 2023.
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Arrows have a history of refusing the opportunities of several of its players to move to Chiefs including names such as Papi Zothwane and Siyabonga Sangweni due to contractual issues.
Zothwane was later cleared to join Mamelodi Sundowns while Sangweni retired from football after featuring for Orlando Pirates.
It now remains to be seen if Arrows will grant star player Mmodi his wish to join the Phefeni Glamor Boys next season.
Abafana Besithende boss, Mato Madlala remained coy when asked about the futures of both defender Nkosinathi Sibisi and Mmodi.
"Until the club releases a statement, they remain Golden Arrows players," Madlala tells Kickoff.
Arrows have so far already signed striker Ryan Moon to reinforce their strikeforce ahead of next season.