Kaizer Chiefs have been linked with a number of Premier Soccer League (PSL) attackers as they look to bolster their attack.
Coaches have made it clear that they want a new striker, but the club was unable to sign one during the January transfer window.
The team has plenty of options for a new striker, with multiple players linked with a move to the club's next transfer window, which opens in July.
Despite the fact that Kaizer Chiefs have been linked with three strikers in recent weeks, a fourth is said to be interested in the club's plans for the coming season.
This season, there isn't much separating Letsoalo and Eva Nga in terms of league goals. As a result, Letsoalo has emerged as a serious contender for the Chiefs' striker position.
The Chiefs are reportedly interested in Chippa United midfielder Eva Nga, but they are also interested in defender Veluyeke Zulu.
When it comes to signing their rumored transfer targets, Kaizer Chiefs have been accused of only signing free agents during transfer windows. But, if they're serious about getting the job done, they'll have to spend some money.
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