OpinionDespite all signings made on the part of the Kaizer Chiefs, fans have cried out for the need of two more strikers and it seems their prayers will be answered soon. According to reports, the Kaizer Chiefs have just received an offer for one of Pitso Mosimane's former players, a forward who is personally signed to 'Jingles' and former Downs forward. No doubt, Amakhosi have been the busiest team so far in the transfer window but they are getting busier.
Al Ahly cheaply offered Kaizer Motaung, Arthur Zwane and Dylan Shepard a man Pitso Mosimane personally signed for the Egyptian giants. Introducing Luis Mikisone, a former deadly Mamelodi Sundowns player and current Al Ahly forward player. Signed personally by veteran coach Pitso Mosimane, the man was able to follow him back to South Africa. There was only one major difference... if he did, he would reach the heart of Soweto giants and join Amakhosi in their team rebuild.
This is most likely considering Miquissone was recently offered to the Kaizer Chiefs, according to Phakaaati. Amakhosi's Jessica Motaung has confirmed that the Kaizer Chiefs will sign three more Naturena forwards/strikers and the signing of Pitso Mosimane's boy could be one of them.
Pitso Mosimane was the man responsible for bringing the prolific 26-year-old Mozambican right-winger to Egypt. He may not be involved in this very move right now, but the odds are still quite strong.
No doubt, he is a strong and agile runner who can cause real headaches for any opposing defense in the DStv Premiership. Imagine a team with Keagan Dolly, Khama Billiat, Ashley Du Preez, and Miquissone? The Kaizer Chiefs are said to be greatly interested in him after he was offered to them and Al Ahly is open to the idea of selling him to them for just R5 million.
Meanwhile, they'll have to beat African giants Simba SC, who are also interested in signing the forward. Luckily, Kaizer Chiefs had the advantage. They want to sign him directly while Simba FC would rather have him come inon loan. Would you like to see this deadly striker at Naturena next season?
Source: The South African
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