The Chiefs are seeking to sign Ndlondlo ahead of Amazulu; for more details, click here. AmaZulu appears to have beaten Kaizer Chiefs to the signature of the Premier Soccer League's (PSL) highest-scoring midfielder, who scored eight goals in 28 appearances last season.
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It's probable that Ndabayithethwa Ndlondlo is on his way to Usuthu instead of Amakhosi right now. Ndlondlo has improved year after year on the pitch, and he is now largely considered as one of the most talented midfielders in the DStv Premiership. Despite the responsibility of leading a mediocre club to title successes, Ndlondlo has performed admirably.
Because he has more goals and shots than the other players It may be said that he is the best midfielder in South African football, if not the world. It takes a special kind of player to score the most goals while playing in the middle of the field since it is not easy. Both AmaZulu and Amakhosi have released a big number of players since it was considered that they would not fit into the team's long-term objectives. Both teams are presently rebuilding their rosters.
The winner will be the one who makes the best offer.
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