Shahrazen MD Said, DPMM FC's top scorer in their debut season in the S-League with nine goals, is reportedly linked with Balestier Khalsa for the new season.
But the chances of the Brunei player moving to Toa Poyah appeared to be slim as the forward admit he has not yet respond to the offer as he has his work and family to consider.
Also, he is more interested to play with old club, AH United, in the DSTGroup Brunei Premier League I (BPL I) as it mean he do not have to move.
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