Kaizer Chiefs target the based Europe striker, See who it is
The Soweto giants are really getting into business now as they are now targeting the Mzansi based Europe striker for the upcoming season after it was mentioned that they will be releasing some players especially those who are seems to be not contributing anymore, not so long ago the were some speculations that Samir Nurkovic is going to Royal Andile Mpisane football club for the upcoming season.
Now this might be the reason why Kaizer Chiefs football club is on need of the new striker and now Ayanda Patosi is on the radar of players that Kaizer Chiefs football club are preparing to get in order to end their striker issue as Samir Nurkovic is linked with a move away from Soweto giants, Ayanda Patosi was once the player of Cape Town City before he move to Europe and now Kaizer Chiefs football club is on the verge of bringing him back to South Africa.
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Source : https://www.thesouthafrican.com/sport/soccer/psl-south-africa/kaizer-chiefs-news-psl-orlando-pirates-soweto-giants-target-another-mzansi-star-abroad-ayanda-patosi/amp
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