Kerr keen to snap up Wits' youth
Baroka boss Dylan Kerr admits he is keen to snap up a number of young Bidvest Wits players when the season ends.
The Clever Boys will cease to exist next term after being sold to Tshakhuma Tsha Madzhivhandila.
While a number of the club's first-team regulars have already secured their futures away from Wits, Kerr is interested in at least three players from their MultiChoice Diski Challenge side.
Speaking to KickOff, the Baroka boss explained: "There's a couple of young MDC players that might be available that I'm going to keep my eye on.
"Honestly the only ones I have spoken about are the young kids. The only people I have enquired about is the younger boys from MDC. Obviously there's a lot of players there we would be interested in, but only if it would fit into our jigsaw.
"So at the moment, until the season finishes you know there's no good speaking to Gavin [Hunt] about it, or asking for Gavin's opinion because they are still contracted. If they are contracted we will be unable to buy them surely."
The coach added: "The only people I have enquired about are the young boys from the MDC. One is an attacking midfielder, one is a right-midfielder, one is a left-back.
"I have only asked about the MDC players because you know they are going to be available, they are going to be hungry, they are going to be cheap, they are going to have ambition about them."