Latest information regarding the future of Mamelodi Sundowns winger is that the African champions have been offered R7,2 million by French side, Montpellier.
French media reports indicate that Sundowns have received a sum of 500 000 Euros (about R7.2-million) for the speedy winger.
It is reported that the French Ligue1 side spotted Dolly during the 2016 Olympic Games in Brazil in August and are interested in his versatility, ability to play on either wing or more centrally in an attacking midfield role, according to reports in France.
Dolly is currently locked in a dispute with the Tshwane side over an extension of his contract and that has also not gone unnoticed overseas.
However, club bosses at Chloorkop have previously turned down an 800 000 Euro (about R11.5-million) offer from Greek side Olympiakos for Dolly.
This is the event that triggered the player's dispute with the club, who claim the buyout clause specified in his contract is a mistake with the case set to be decided by the PSL's Dispute Resolution Chamber.
If Dolly does move to Ligue 1, he will join ex-Bafana Bafana colleague Kermit Erasmus who plays for Rennes.