Blom rose to fame during the club's lengthy transfer ban over the last two years. He made his first appearance under German-born Ernst Middendorp before getting consistent game-time under coach Gavin Hunt.
Njabulo Blom who can also play in at full-back was thrown into the deep end by the Amakhosi during the 2019/20 campaign at just the age of 19.
Blom has since established himself as a regular starter at Kaizer Chiefs and the club have in return valued their prized youngster at an incredible R20 million!
If anything to go by, the reports, Kaizer Chiefs massive asking price may be the only stumbling block in a blockbuster move to Europe for Njabulo Blom.
A local publication is in good authority of talks between a Spanish club and Kaizer Chiefs about a possible transfer of Njabulo Blom, the report has suggestions regarding a possible transfer for the Kaizer Chiefs youngster.
The reports suggest that RCD Mallorca are keen in the Dobsonville born young versatile player but could be scared off by Amakhosi’s asking price.
“It is rumoured that Amakhosi want in the region of R20-million while Mallorca believes that is a bit too stiff considering Blom’s age and experience.” - The Source
Blom is currently busy with the national team in Ethiopia for Bafana Bafana’s 2022 Fifa World Cup qualifier before meeting the same opponents three days later in Johannesburg at the FNB stadium.
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