"But I don't see him coming. The way he has not played with (Arthur) Zwane preferring (Leonardo) Castro ahead of him shows that he could not be in the plans for the future,"
The Kaizer Chiefs & Samir Nurkovic saga has been going on for about a while now as it also resembles the Orlando Pirates and Gabadinho Mhango saga which has been a controversial one to say the least
As most recently Samir Nurkovic has not been featuring in the Kaizer Chiefs first team whenever he has been fit to play as Arthur Zwane compared to Ernst Middendorp and Stuart Baxter prefers a more dynamic than direct approach
Meaning Kaizer Chiefs are slowly transitioning away from the style of play that suits Samir Nurkovic which is more direct as the Glamour Boys are becoming a more possession based team with a patient build up play
As Kaizer Chiefs appear to be preparing for life without Samir Nurkovic that could now open the door for him to join Royal AM who have been heavily linked with his signature over the last couple of weeks
Source - https://www.citizen.co.za/sport/soccer/local-soccer/mgosi/3099779/chiefs-mum-on-widespread-nurkovic-rumours/
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