The Kaiser Chiefs' pursuit of Democratic Republic of the Congo striker Fiston Mayele, who presently performs for Tanzania's Young Africans, has taken a new turn.
On Thursday, reports emerged that Mayele was once on her way to Naturena after agreeing a three-year deal with the Chiefs. However, it seems the reports are now not proper as Yanga Signing Committee Engineer Hersi Ally told FARPPost that Meyele is NOT for sale.
Ally verified calls from more than a few clubs in special countries. such as South Africa, North Africa and the Middle East. to inquire about Mayele Mayele is in hot pursuit after scoring 16 desires in the Tanzanian Premier League this season and the Chiefs are desperate for a top no. 9 after parting ways with each Samir Nurkovic and Leonardo Castro.
“We have obtained inquiries from the Middle East, North Africa and South Africa. But it is no longer for sale, we're going to the Champions League and we are going to do the whole lot we can to preserve our players," Ally said.
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