TS Galaxy owner Tim Sukazi believes he has successfully purchased the PSL status of Highlands Park while confirming that a fee of R60million has been paid for the top flight status.
According to Sukazi, the deal is finally done and dusted and the only factor left is for the PSL executive committee to ratify the big money deal making it his second successful club purchase after buying Cape Town All Stars two seasons ago.
"This is a big achievement for me and the millions of SA Football fans who want something different in our local football, those who want fresh and new ideas," Sukazi told SA FM.
"The rules say we are responsible for the players of Highlands Park who still have contracts but we can make any decision on players whose contracts are ending like Kapini who's 36. I have young keepers at TS Galaxy who have contracts.
"It's not true that there is a consortium behind this deal. The going rate of a PSL status is around R60m and to say I needed some assistance is disrespect. The Galaxy status has now been sold to Lunga Ncwana who previously sold me Cape Town All Stars. It's going back to Cape Town,"
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