Unfortunately Kaizer Chiefs has been struggling with scoring goals so far this season as a result of injuries of key attacking players including Samir Nurkovic and Leonardo Castro, but there finally some good news for the Amakhosi fans, as it is reported that forward Leonardo Castro has completed the rehabilitation for his injury in his home country of Colombia and he is reportedly back in South Africa.
In other PSL news, Baroka FC have strengthened their squad in a the forward position, as they took to their official Twitter account to proudly announce the signing of promising young striker named Tristan Nikitaridis from University of Johannesburg on a 3 year contract.
"NEW SIGNING ✍
Baroka FC are delighted to announce the signing of striker Tristan Nikitaridis from University of Johannesburg on a three-year-deal with an option to extend for a further two seasons.
Welcome to the Bakgaga family Moroka!" - Wrote Baroka FC on Twitter.
Sources References | https://twitter.com/Baroka_FC/status/1447548474107510792?t=xMvoDKUkfGe5izA_Vd9gUQ&s=19
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