Fosa Juniors deny any knowledge of Andriamirado Andrianarimanana's move to Kaizer Chiefs

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Amakhosi signed Dax on a two-year deal with an option to renew for a further year last week, but Fosa Juniors claim they have not been contacted

Kaizer Chiefs could be involved in a contractual dispute with Fosa Juniors over the signing of Andriamirado Hasina Andrianarimanana. 

In a statement released on Wednesday, Fosa Juniors claimed that Amakhosi had never been in contact with them despite already announcing the 27-year-old attacking midfielder as their player.

Dax, as he is affectionately known, impressed the Amakhosi scouts during the 2018 Cosafa Cup tournament which was held in Limpopo between May and June.

And the Soweto giants moved swiftly to offer him a deal before making it public to their fans last week Friday.

However, Fosa Juniors, whom Andrianarimanana belonged to prior to signing with Chiefs, insist that the left-footed player remains their player. 

They claim that Amakhosi never contacted them regarding their interest in Andrianarimanana or had the two clubs signed an agreement over the sale of the left-footed player. 

Fosa Juniors said they are opening to doing business with any club that is interested in the highly-rated attacking midfielder. 

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Here's the official statement as released by Fosa Juniors on their social media platforms:

The Glamour Boys will be expected to respond to these allegations and put the matter to bed as soon as possible. 

Chiefs have are already preparing for their start of pre-season training as players underwent their medicals on Monday. 

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