Kaizer Chiefs fans have their eyes on the news like never before the present moment, the large crew upgrade is at last in progress at Amakhosi.
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So the huge revamping project incorporates 17 players connected with a potential move to Naturena, probably these most recent name is the South Sudanese winger Valentino Yuel.
As per reports, the 27-year-old was designated by Chiefs' previous mentor Stuart Baxter before his unexpected flight. The Soweto goliaths are believed to be enthused about proceeding to seek after the Newcastle Jets winger.
"Signs are that Valentino Yuel, a South-Sudanese winger who is in the last month of his terminating contract with Newcastle Jets in the Australia A-League, has been proposed to the Soweto goliaths as a choice to reinforce their forefront," Soccer Laduma detailed in their most recent release.
The power source proceeded: "Soccer Laduma has been persuaded to think that Yuel was a name that was at that point set forward by past mentor Stuart Baxter and it had looked like the player would be returning for additional evaluations… yet with the Englishman terminated, there have been delays.
"Yuel, the Siya team comprehends, will be a free specialist on 1 July," the report closed.
In the mean time, an Australian site has affirmed that Yuel is on out of the Jets.
"Yuel participated in 2020 and played multiple times for the side. He scored multiple times for Jets over his two season stay. At present Yuel has been connected with another A-League club, with 7News Adelaide revealing that the player is in converses with Adelaide United," the report said.
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