Kaizer Chiefs have been working around the clock to add another striker to the squad before the transfer window closes on 31 August. It is understood that they have set their eyes firmly on Bloemfontein Celtic (now Royal AM) striker Victor Letsoalo.
According to the latest update from FARpost journalist Tiyani wa ka Mabasa, there was an enquiry from Chiefs, but nothing serious at this stage. It seems like Amakhosi are dragging their feet on trying to bring the 28-year-old Letsoalo to Naturena.
Chiefs coach Stuart Baxter doesn't seem to trust Samir Nurković centrally and that leaves the club with a massive headache. Bernard Parker should not be starting games as a false nine or centre forward for the club this season. With Leonardo Castro out for more than 2 months and Lazarous Kambole transfer listed, this is now a crisis position. The ideal player locally would be Letsoalo. Celtic doesn't need the money anymore and with their transfer ban, they would want to hold on to all their players.
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