As of right now, only salary reductions are available to the Chiefs' forward.
Kambole has been a misfiring addition for Chiefs, scoring just two goals in 42 games since joining the club in July 2019.
Due to contractual obligations, he was placed on the team's transfer list at the start of the season but was not sent away.
The Zambian then stuck on in the hope of seeing a turnaround in his fortunes, and he has played just five minutes this season, scoring once in that time frame.
He has made it clear that the Chiefs do not want him to stay in the club since Stuart Baxter has not been won over by him, and both a loan and a permanent transfer have been proposed.
A player from Kambole is still on the lips of Sudanese giants Al Hilal in their pursuit of an attacker.
Defending champions Al Hilal are also in the group rounds of the CAF Champions League and are currently ranked second in the Sudanese Premier League.
However, they are concerned about Kambole's recent goal-scoring record for the Chiefs, despite having the budget to come close to what he is making with the club.
Kambole has the option of returning home to Zambia, where he has a variety of possibilities, though he will have to accept a reduction in his compensation amount in exchange..
Also stated is the possibility of him taking a wage cut in Tanzania, although this is also contingent on him doing so.
They were interested six months ago, but the sale fell through when they failed to meet the requirements that he imposed on them.
In addition, because he has received limited playing action, the value of Kambole's contract with the Chiefs is decreasing.
Meanwhile, AmaKhosi is working hard to get him out of the country as quickly as possible.
By virtue of his struggles at Chiefs, Kambole has fallen out of favor with Chipolopolo as a result of his misfortune.
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