Since the time their two exchange windows boycott which was forced by FIFA on them finished, the club has been connected and supposed to be keen on marking top gifts locally and abroad.
Source: Kaizer Chiefs Football Club Official Facebook page
Notwithstanding the exchange window being shut, the club keeps on being connected with players particularly with the club battling all things considered, Chiefs fans would wouldn't fret seeing not many new players at Naturena before the exchange window closes.
What's more, it seems as though one of those players who could join the club before long could be Egyptian goliaths Al Ahly Sporting Club's Junior Ajayi. The 25-year-old Nigerian striker is said to not be in mentor Pitso Mosimane designs and will undoubtedly leave as his days at Cairo are numbered.
Source: Kaizer Chiefs News Facebook page
With Chiefs short in the striking office, the Nigerian International will add quality they frantically need.
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