Kaizer Chiefs might have to let go of a few players at the end of the 2021/22 season. This is standard procedure for numerous teams since they will have to dissect their squad and look at players that barely contributed to the campaign. Unfortunately, this is one of the most difficult tasks that the technical team will have to embark on within the club. Also, this is when players will be looking at getting better deals within their current employers and even seek elsewhere for greener postures. The struggling footballers might end up being sidelined in such process as the teams wants players that could perform to the best of their abilities.
Now, it has been reported that Chiefs attacker Lazarous Kambole might be on his way out of Naturena. On top of that he could experience a major pay cut as he's planning to leave South Africa. Without any doubt, Kambole has failed to live up to the higher expectations at Amakhosi, despite being exceptional at Zesco United. It seems like Stuart Baxter haven't made him part of his plans within the club and this means he's been looking a new team. According to reports, he might move to Tanzania, Zambia and Sudan. If he gets any opportunity to play within these countries then he wouldn't mind to relocate.
Even though at the moment he has been a bench warmer at Naturena for the two campaigns. Kambole has failed to out shine his competitors as an attacker at Chiefs and he will have to move to another team to revive his football career. Chiefs have been trying to sell Kambole before the start of the season as they put him in the transfer list. The Soweto giants were trying to get their investments back as they're working on a new deal with him for another team. The Zambian international's deal at Naturena will end in June 30. Kambole has wo goals from 42 appearances since joining in July 2019.
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