Kaizer Chiefs followers have their eyes on the news more than ever proper now, the huge group overhaul is sooner or later underway in Amakhosi. So the large rebuilding undertaking has 17 players linked with the possibility of moving to Naturena.
The Soweto giants are believed to be looking to proceed chasing the Newcastle Jets winger, who scored six goals and four assists in 21 games in this period. "It would appear that Valentino Yuel, a South Sudanese winger who is in the ultimate month of his expiring contract with Newcastle Jets in the Australian A-League, has been offered to the Soweto giants as an alternative to bolster their front line."
A source suggested in its cutting-edge edition. The outlet continued: “the source has been led to accept as true with that Yuel was a identify that was once already put ahead by means of preceding coach Stuart Baxter and it had appeared as though the participant would be returning for further assessments but with the Englishman sacked, there have been delays.
"As the the source understands, Yuel will be a free agent on July 1," the document said. Meanwhile, an Australian website has confirmed that Yuel is on his way to the Jets. “Juel joined in 2020 and played for the crew 47 times. He scored 10 goals for the Jets over a two-season stay.
Yuel is currently linked with another A-League membership with the aid of 7News. Adelaide reports that gamers are in talks with Adelaide United,” the report said.
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