Cape Town City capture Kaizer Chiefs target. After appearing close to joining Amakhosi for a few days, the 25-year-old attacker is now back in his hometown. Wayde Lekay, a former target of the Kaizer Chiefs, has been signed by Cape Town City. Lekay has returned to the Citizens, who declared on Monday that he is their new player, after quitting training with the Soweto giants a few days prior. The 25-year-old had spent the previous two seasons with TS Galaxy and had also been associated with Royal AM, but he has now settled in Cape Town.
The striker trained with Chiefs for a few weeks but was unable to persuade Arthur Zwane despite formerly being thought to be close to signing with Naturena. Cape Town City announced the new signing by saying "We’re delighted to confirm the signing of 25-year-old forward Wayde Lekay from TS Galaxy FC. He pens a three-year deal, signing until June 2025. Welcome Wayde." How well do you think Cape Town City will do this season with their new signings? Comment your answer, share and hit the like button please.
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