Will the chiefs ultimately come to the conclusion that their relationship with a high-earning individual is no longer sustainable? Take a peek at their backgrounds.
Everything does not always go as well as planned when an NFL team signs a player, even if the athlete is well-known in his or her field of play. Due to the likelihood that anything will go wrong, this is the case.
In his first season with Kaizer Chiefs, Colombian striker Leonardo Castro failed to make an impact. He joined the club from Mamelodi Sundowns in 2018 but failed to make an impact. From the outside, this is how the club appears to be structured.
After all, despite the fact that he is handsomely compensated, he has made just a marginal contribution to the club's overall achievement. His injury has limited him to only six appearances for Amakhosi so far this season.
His hamstring was injured during the Soweto Derby on Saturday, and he had to leave the game and return as a replacement.
The Chiefs will have to make a difficult decision in order to assess the future of the striker who has been sidelined for a long length of time owing to injuries. The fact that this exists is something that everyone at the club is now completely aware of.
According to all indications, Chiefs will not renew Castro's contract with Amakhosi when it expires at the end of the current season, and there is no indication that they would do so.
Aside from the obvious financial benefits of Castro's departure, the squad would also benefit from his departure because it would allow them to cut their salary spend while simultaneously enhancing their chances of recruiting a new Striker. In fact, it would not be surprising if the club decided not to extend the Colombian's contract with the squad in question.
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