Chiefs have announced the signing of the former kaisar ( Kazakhstan) and the Burundi national team striker Bonfils-Caleb Bimenyimana on a two-year contract with an option for a further year.
Kaizer Chiefs have taken to their Twitter page to announce and welcome the new signing to the Amakhosi family.
Bimenyimana was born in Bujumbura in 1994. His exceptional football talent has seen him play in a variety of countries like Kazakhstan.
On 2021/22 season Bemenyimana was loaned from Rigas FS to Kaisar on Kazakhstan Premier League, he made only 7 appearances for Kaisar and scored 0 goal and 0 assists.
Kaizer Chiefs was looking for Samir Nurkovic's replacement and now it seems they have found their scoring machine. But the question is can Bemenyimana survive at PSL or he will follow the footsteps of Lazarus Kambole who promised the Amakhosi fans a war but at end he turns out to be the biggest flop.
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