One of Kaizer Chiefs' Newest Signings Has Already Arrived in South Africa
During this transfer window, Amakhosi have looked for a new forward to add to their squad.
The team needs a goal scorer badly, and they've been having trouble finding one up front.
Amakhosi has held trials for a number of strikers at the club's hamlet in the past.
Unfortunately, the club was not impressed by any of the invited players and instead signed left defender Edmildon Dove.
The trial period of Burundian striker Bonfils-Caleb Bimenyimana was extended by Amakhosi after the club was said to have been impressed with his performance, however the player was ultimately released.
There have been rumors that Amakhosi has changed its mind about the player and will try to sign him after finding no success in their search for a striker.
From what has been heard, the guy has already signed with the club and will most likely be participating in games this season.
Current information indicates that the player has landed in the nation in anticipation of his transfer to Amakhosi.
The player's aircraft left Kigali International Airport at 22:30 on August 17 and landed at OR Tambo International Airport at 01:55 on August 18.
The Burundian superstar will be eager to meet his new team today, so Amakhosi will likely introduce him to his new colleagues at the club.
Despite this, the midfielder is somewhat familiar with the Amakhosi environment, having spent three weeks practicing with the club during tryouts before leaving dissatisfied when the club decided not to sign him.
The player has also scored a few goals in a few exhibition games he has featured in with the club.
Since Amakhosi didn't have a natural number nine to start the season, this addition is welcome.
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