Kaizer Chiefs confirmed on Monday that Sao Tome international Jardel Nazare is preparing at their famed Naturena Training Village, sparking speculation that the club has effectively begun with plans to support their team for the following season.
According to Soccer Laduma, the highly rated left-back is undergoing a clinical at Naturena in the hopes of become the club's first marking following their FIFA move boycott.
Nazare is now unattached, and the Glamor Boys would go all out to get him on a Bosman deal, exchange fees and all.
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Amakhosi fans may have been bent by the club's search for a player whose background is neither well-known nor well-known.
In any event, Nazare began his career in Portugal, where he was conceived, and Chiefs management recently had the opportunity to see him in action against Bafana in AFCON qualifiers.
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Nazare's possible presence might jeopardize the futures of a number of Chiefs players, with speculation rife that Siphosethu Ntiya and Yagan Sasman could face the exit door.
Furthermore, the team now has more than the required number of unfamiliar players for the PSL, which means one of the unfamiliar players will have to go to make room for the new star.
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