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Kaizer chiefs cam't the interest in signing all the best players arround. Surely this means that they are fully ready to operate in all the competetions.

This is honestly a great start for this team for the upcoming seasons. The have signed many players and has released many players too. Kaizer chiefs wants to make sure that they play atleast better than they did before with their new players. This is a great way indeed.

Sadly because they seem to be missing out on this striker from the outside. Surely more solutions will come up to solve this problem they seem to be facing currently. Kaizer chifs is a well prepared team after all and they make sure that they will play fully supported.

Agada was expected to show up in South Africa last week for evaluation in the wake of being strongly suggested at Naturena a couple of months prior.

The 22-year-old striker has since turned around quickly and endorsed with MLS side Sporting KC.

Agada was on the books of Hapoel Katamon in Israel last season where he scored 8 objectives in 31 games.

As indicated by our source, Amakhosi were excited about the administrations of Agada and had welcomed him for additional appraisal.

"Bosses have missed out. The kid has endorsed in the USA. He was intrigued to play in the PSL however the proposal from the USA was too great to even consider turning down," said the source.

"He was expected to show up in South Africa for evaluation with Chiefs. He is currently hanging tight for his visa in Nigeria prior to making a beeline for the USA.

Bosses have multiple spaces accessible to sign unfamiliar players in the wake of heading out in different directions from Leonardo Castro, Samir Nurkovic and Lazarous Kambole as of late.

https://www.kickoff.com/news/articles/south-africa-news/categories/news/german-bundesliga/kaizer-chiefs-have-missed-out-on-signing-highly-rated-nigerian-striker-william-agada-after-he-signed/720130

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