We have some excellent news for Kaizer Chiefs forward Leonardo Castro, who has been out with an injury. There is a chance, according to insiders, that he will return to the field of play following the international break.
Leonardo Castro is back in full training with Kaizer Chiefs after missing several months due to long-term injury.
Leonardo Castro has returned to full training at Naturena, according to the KickOffs website.
Leonardo Castro has been out of commission for about a year. In June, he made his last appearance for Kaizer Chiefs in the CAF Champions League semi-final against Wydad Casablanca.
The fans of Amakhosi will be ecstatic to learn that he is close to making a comeback.
His operation in Columbia went well, and his rehabilitation has been smooth and progressive.
Leonardo Castro is exercising in the same conditions as the rest of the Amakhosi, and he might be back in action shortly.
Kaizer Chiefs will take a break during the international break, which will allow their striker to re-enter the game.
Are you looking forward to seeing Leonardo Castro make his Amakhosi comeback?
Castro's addition to the duo( Billiat and Dolly) will give Kaizer Chiefs a very fearsome side both domestically and in Africa, especially with Keagan Dolly and Zimbabwean international Khama Billiat on form. The trio earned the nickname "CBD" during their time at Mamelodi Sundowns, where they were coached by Al Ahly's Pitso Mosimane. The trio in Amakhosi's shirt has yet to be seen. Kaizer Chiefs must be overjoyed with this fantastic news. Do you think the CBD will be in top form again?
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