Kaizer Chiefs star Solomons breaks silence on controversial Royal AM ‘deal’

Kaizer Chiefs star Solomons breaks silence on controversial Royal AM ‘deal’

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Kaizer Chiefs new signing Dillan Solomons has revealed that he knew he wanted to join the Soweto giants despite reports of a Royal AM deal.

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Solomons’ move to Chiefs came under the microscope in the off-season after suspended Royal AM CEO Sinky Mnisi’s comments that they would challenge it.

This was because of the club-to-club agreement struck between Swallows FC and Royal AM where no fewer than three players were supposed to join Shauwn Mkhize’s team.

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Now, Solomons has broken his silence on the controversy around the Royal AM ‘deal’, saying he was left anxious by the reports as he had just joined Chiefs.

However, what kept him calm was the fact that he knew he did nothing wrong in the process as this was an agreement between Swallows and Royal AM.

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SOLOMONS KNEW HE WANTED TO BE AT KAIZER CHIEFS

“Well, basically I knew where I wanted to be and I didn’t feel any type of way. I knew that it would blow over because I knew the situation that I was in,” said Solomons as per Sowetan.

“At that moment, I was a bit nervous but obviously, I knew that I didn’t do anything wrong or whatever I did was the right way.”

“I was not fully aware of it. I just heard that Royal AM wanted players at that moment, but I was not fully aware that they did whatever they did. So for me, I’m happy where I am now,” added Solomons.

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