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Revived interest for outgoing Chiefs forward.
In his three seasons with the Chiefs, Kambole has been limited to just two goals in 46 games, which is a performance that is less than satisfying.
Because the Chiefs have no intention of renewing the agreement when it runs out at the end of the following month, he will be able to go as a free agent.
The former ZESCO United striker was put on the transfer list at the beginning of the 2021/22 season, but because he was unable to come to an agreement that was in his best interest, he decided to continue playing for Chiefs and ended the season with one goal in six appearances.
It has been brought to the attention of KickOff.com that the Tanzanian group Young Africans have rekindled their interest in the project.
In order to iron out the details of the move, the top brass of the East African heavyweights traveled to Johannesburg the year before, led by Engineer Hersi Ally Said, who is one of the directors of the club.
However, they were unable to complete the transaction because Kambole decided to continue working within the terms of his contract with the Chiefs in the expectation that his luck would improve.
After suffering through the agony of seeing their long-standing rivals Simba prevail, Yanga will compete again in the CAF Champions League the following year. They have already virtually won the league championship.
It has been reported that Kambole has already made contact with Yanga and will be traveling to Dar es Salaam in order to sign his contract.
His salary will take a hit, but on the bright side, he will be assured of playing more frequently than he did with the Chiefs.
AmaKhosi has already suggested that they will be unloading numerous players, including Kambole, Leonardo Castro, and Samir Nurkovic, and they have appointed Arthur Zwane as the new head coach. AmaKhosi has also stated that they will be offloading other players.
The 28-year-old forward has several options for his future, one of which is to return to Zambia, where two different clubs are actively vying for his services.
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