Kaizer Chiefs have been linked with a number of attackers in the Premier Soccer League (PSL), as they want to add another threat to their assault.
The team failed to sign a new striker in the January transfer window, despite the club coaches' comments that they were looking for a skilled forward.
The club's next window to make a move and bring in a dangerous player will be in July, and the club has a few possibilities since several strikers have been linked with the club.
Kaizer Chiefs are said to be interested in signing Victor Letsoalo, Ashley Du Preez, and Ndabayithethwa Ndlondlo as strikers for next season, but another striker has been connected to the club recently.
With Victor Letsoalo being the ideal choice for Kaizer Chiefs because he is the league's second highest goalscorer this season, the club is now being linked with Chippa United's Bienvenu Eva Nga, who has scored four goals less than Letsoalo this season.
Letsoalo has a total of 14 goals this season, while Eva Nga has 10 league goals, so there isn't much of a difference, indicating that he's a solid striker choice for Chiefs.
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