Reports have revealed that another club in the Premier Soccer League (PSL) are set to sell their status before the 2022-23 season begins.
According to iDiski times, Free State stars are on a verge of selling their Motsepe Foundation Champions status before the upcoming season starts.
The Bethlehem based side were relegated in the 2018-19 season from the top flight, Absa Premiership (now known as Dstv Premiership). After being relegated to the 2nd division, they struggled financially.
iDiski times revealed that the club has been struggling financially ever since they were relegated three years ago.
That has forced the club to consider selling the club. This comes after the club failed to be promoted to the top flight last season.
The board came to the conclusion to sell the club. The ABC Motsepe club is believed to have shown interest in purchasing the Free State stars status.
Casric Football Club are currently participating in the ABC Motsepe League, at the stream of Gauteng. Both parties are believed to have reached an agreement in terms of selling the club, they are now waiting for the Premier Soccer League to approve the purchase.
It is believed that Free State stars and Casric Football Club will announce this week that they have reached an agreement in terms of selling the status to one another.
It is still unclear whether the Qwaqwa based side will participate in the ABC Motsepe League next season, or the club will be abandoned.
The newly pomoted side, Magesi Football Club, are believed to have also considered selling their status. They are open to whoever might be interested in making an offer.
They become the latest club in the Premier Soccer League to sell their status – joining the likes of Highlands Park, Bidvest wits, Bloemfontein Celtic and other top clubs who sold their statuses in the past few years.