TS Galaxy boss Tim Sukazi has confirmed that his team are working around the clock to have defender Puso Dithejane registered in time for their next DStv Premiership clash on November 26.
Dithejane signed for Galaxy after being transfer listed by Amakhosi due to allegations of misconduct.
The 19-year-old defender reportedly refused to act as a ballboy during a Carling Knockout Cup clash against AmaZulu.
The Phefeni Glamour Boys were also reported to have put a price tag of R1.5 million for any team interested in signing Dithejane.
Sukazi is confident that his team will find common ground with Kaizer Chiefs to reach a settlement.
“We are engaging. We hope to find common ground very soon. We are confident that we will get his papers and sign very soon,” Sukazi tells Kickoff.
Alongside Dithejane, Kaizer Chiefs have also terminated the contract of Unathi Mdaka due to what was termed similarly as misconduct.
After the November 26 clash against Polokwane City at the Mbombela Stadium The Rockets will face AmaZulu on December 2 in a Carling Knockout semi- final.
The venue for the clash is yet to be confirmed.