Kaizer Chiefs transfer news: New twist in Amakhosi’s pursuit of DRC striker
Meyele is NOT for sale, according to Yanga's Signing Committee Engineer Hersi Ally, thus it looks that the claims are false after all.
Ally acknowledged getting calls asking about Mayele from several clubs in other nations, such as South Africa, North Africa, and the Middle East.
After scoring 16 goals in the Tanzanian Premier League this season, Mayele is in high demand, and Chiefs are in need of a top No. 9 after parting ways with Samir Nurkovic and Leonardo Castro.
MAYELE IS NOT FOR SALE, KAIZER CHIEFS ARE TOLD.
The Middle East, North Africa, and Europe have all contacted South Africa with inquiries too. But he is not for sale, we are entering the Champions League, and we will take all necessary measures to retain our players, Ally declared.
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