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Chiefs Target Won’t Return To Former Club

Kaizer Chiefs target Bonfils-Caleb Bimenyimana won't get back to his previous club, in spite of differentiating reports in nearby media.

Bimenyimana, 24, was being investigated at Kaizer Chiefs, however has since left the club, with iDiski Times understanding he was anticipating for true correspondence from the Soweto goliaths.

The Burundi internationa, who unexpectedly scored an objective in FNB Stadium for his country in a 1-1 draw against Namibia in their Africa Cup of Nations qualifier, had scored two objectives in three pre-season excursions for Amakhosi.

On Monday, Bimenyimana's previous club Rayon sport posted a picture of the striker after he showed up at the club's 'Rayon Sport Day', where their new signings were introduced - the web-based entertainment post was inscribed "he's back", but the club's mentor Christian-Francis Haringingo expressed the striker will not re-join his club.

"About Caleb, he won't play in Rwanda," Haringingo said, according to Goal.

The mentor likewise affirmed that his nation man presently has offers from outside Rwanda, one accepted to be from SuperSport United and one from an anonymous Israeli club.

"I stay with him regularly, he has at least three offers, what's left for him currently is to choose where he will go," Haringingo added.

"Be that as it may, for the present I can see you he won't play in Rwanda."

Chiefs, in the interim, are yet to find the striker Arthur Zwane is frantically looking to add to their crew. The new injury of Ashly Du Preez has left them shy of forward choices.


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