Highly Rated Ex-Chiefs Keeper Could be set to return to former club
A few months after leaving Kaizer Chiefs Football Club, the Nigerian goalkeeper may be ready to reunite with his previous team according to recent news reports.
Goal South Africa reports that Chippa United has expressed interest in signing free agent Daniel Akpeyi.
The Soweto giants signed the 36-year-old in January 2019 when they were still having trouble finding a goalie.
Itumeleng Khune was hurt at the time Daniel Akpeyi was acquired by Kaizer Chiefs Football Club from Chippa United.
However when Brandon Peterson was signed by Amakhosi as a free agent after leaving Bidvest Wits, the competition there became even tougher.
Itumeleng Khune, Bruce Bvuma and Brandon Peterson are the current members of Kaizer Chiefs, They chose to release Daniel Akpeyi for a number of reasons, one of which being that.
The Chilli Boys are reportedly trying to sign Daniel Akpeyi before the June transfer window ends, according to a source.
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