The Kaizer Chiefs' dogged pursuit of striker Fiston Mayele, who is now signed with the Young Africans in Tanzania, Africa and is from the Democratic Republic of the Congo, has taken an unexpected turn. From the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Mayele is originally from. There were reports circulating on Thursday that Mayele might be transferring to Naturena following a three-year contract arrangement with the Kaizer Chiefs. The rumor was that Mayele would be able to play for the Chiefs thanks to the deal. Hercy Ali, Yanga's contract engineer, was quite clear to FARPost that Meyele is not for sale at this time of year, therefore it would appear that the report is untrue. FARPost received this information from a source.
Ali claims that clubs from a variety of locations, including South Africa, North Africa, and the Middle East, have inquired about Mayele. These countries include representation from both the Middle East and the African Continent. Mayele is a very valuable asset because he has already scored 16 goals in the Tanzanian Premier League this season. The Kaizer Chiefs urgently want a top 9 player to fill the vacuum left by the departures of talented players like Samir Nurkovic and Leonardo Castro earlier in this transfer season. Mayele has scored a total of 16 goals for his team during this season of the Tanzanian Premier League.
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