On a shocking touch of occasions, Kaizer Chiefs have affirmed the marking of striker Caleb Bonfils Bimenyimana.
Amakhosi on Thursday affirmed the appearance of Burundi International on a two-year agreement, which incorporates a possibility for a further year.
He endured three weeks of being evaluated by the club and figured out how to intrigue Arthur Zwane and his specialized group.
After a concise time of quietness, it was imagined that Chiefs had selected against welcoming the player on board even though he scored three objectives in pre-season.
Resulting reports in Burundi recommended that the slender striker had settled on a re-visitation of his previous club Rayon Sports, which posted a picture of the forward alongside the subtitle "he is back."
Be that as it may, the Chiefs figured out how to get their man, who will add genuinely necessary profundity to the Glamor Boys' assault.
Bimenyimana recently delighted in stretches in Slovakia, Latvia, Lithuania, and Kazakhstan.
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