Baroka FC confident they will sign Geofrey Massa from Bloemfontein Celtic

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There is a lot of confusion between the Limpopo side and Bloemfontein Celtic regarding the player's financial issues, but now it seems everything will be resolved in the coming days.

“We are still busy with negotiations, but by Monday everything will be fine. We are still sorting out the issue of Celtic [payout] and the boy but it looks good so far,” Mamilla tells snl24.com/kickoff.

The 30-year-old free-kick specialist is still contracted to Celtic but is not part of coach Serame Letsoaka's plans for next season, and has verbally agreed to join Baroka for next season.

Mamilla dismissed reports that the former University of Pretoria striker is already training with Siwelele. “He is not training, he will train with us from next week but I will tell you on Monday after we've finalised the deal.”

Baroka announced 13 new signings last month and have also brought in Orlando Pirates striker Siyanda Ngugo, who was on loan at Royal Eagles last season.