KickOff.com has gathered that the fight between Cape Town City midfielder Mduduzi Mdantsane and his former club Baroka FC is set for another round.
Mdantsane left Baroka last year amid plenty of controversy as he reportedly had to fight to get his clearance certificate for his move to City.
However it is now believed the 25-year-old was owed money by the Limpopo-based side before his relocation to Cape Town.
The South African Football Players Union deputy secretary general Calvin Motloung has confirmed that the player has now taken Baroka to the DRC for outstanding payments.
“Yes, we have referred the matter to the PSL DRC and we are waiting for the date of the hearing,” Motloung tells this website.
“At the moment, I cant disclose more information, except to say it is with regards to outstanding payments.”
Meanwhile, when contacted for comment, Baroka marketing manager Richard Mashabane has denied the club owing Mdantsane any outstanding monies.
“We are aware of what you talking about [the DRC issue] but we didn’t owe the player anything,” Mashebane defended.