Although they managed to get the signature of former Mamelodi Sundowns and Montpelier attacking midfielder Keagan Dolly, Kaizer Chiefs are struggling to score goals. A recent 2-0 defeat by Sundowns and 4-1 defeat by Royal AM proved that the Soweto giants are indeed struggling. It is for this reason Amakhosi are reportedly interested in Marumo Gallants star Ndabayithethwa Ndlondlo.
Ndlondlo was one of the outstanding performers for Gallants last season as they won the Nedbank Cup and ultimately qualified for the CAF Confederations Cup. According to the reports at our disposal, it is understood that that Amakhosi have identified two players that would 'sweeten' the deal.
It is believed that Lebohang Lesako or Darrel Matsheke would join Gallants so that Ndlondlo's move to Naturena could be finalised. The next Premier Soccer League transfer window is in January and Amakhosi would be looking to snatch him during the transfer window.
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