Stuart Baxter's side, Kaizer chiefs Football Club, are believed to have shown interest in signing the Baroka FC rising.
According to The South african, Kaizer chiefs are interested in signing Evidence Makgopa, who is currently playing for the Premier Soccer League side, Baroka Football Club.
The interest comes after the player had a marvelous season. The rising star also scored a brace on Thursday after, against Denis Onyango's side Uganda.
The Match ended on 3 - 2, in favour of Bafana Bafana. It was a day to remember for the Bafana Bafana youngsters Bongokuhle Hlongwane and Evidence Makgopa.
Both players managed to find the back of the net, giving Bafana Bafana a home victory. The friendly match took place at the Orlando stadium.
The Bakgaga ko Mphahlele striker has been tipped to become one of the greatest strikers in the country.
As Kaizer chiefs Football Club are currently struggling in finding a right striker, Evidence might be the right answer.
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