The Kaizer Chiefs football team parted ways with a total of 12, some of whom were attackers who at one point boosted the team's attacking prowess.
Samir Nurkovic, Lazarous Kambole, and David Leonardo Castro, three attacking players for the team, left the Chiefs. In order to fill some of the gaps in the squad, the club did sign just under ten new players. However, the addition of Ashley Du Preez has strengthened the team's attack once more.
Even though the club added Ashley Du Preez and a few more important, quality players to the lineup ahead of the 2022–23 season, the offense still has to be strengthened.
Fiston Mayele of Young Africans, who had a productive season with the Tanzanian club this year by tallying 16 goals in the league, has been connected to Kaizer Chiefs.
Orlando Pirates are also apparently interested in signing the Young Africans striker before the upcoming season, thus Chiefs is not the only South African football team that has been linked to the youngster.
Hersi Ally Said, a member of the Young Africans signing Committee, has confirmed that the 28-year-old deadly striker is not for sale.
"The Middle East, North Africa, and South Africa have all sent us inquiries. He is not for sale, though, and we will stop at nothing to keep our players, Hersi Ally Said told the media. We are also entering the Champions League.
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