“We are happy that he secured a move. As the football association we are happy,” Jordaan told reporters.
“I know clubs from England and Spain were bidding for him and he chose to go to England. I have my own views on where he should have gone, but I will keep that to myself.
“He is a gifted player. We wish him all the best. We believe he will grow. Teams overseas are known for contributing to a player’s growth.”
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