According to Goal, another striker is ready to quit Naturena, with Leonardo Castro (R10 MILLION) considering a return to Columbia.
The Chiefs are currently expected to lose four strikers.
Kambole is likely to return to Zambia, Parker may shortly announce his retirement, and Nurkovic has completed the paperwork for MaMkhize's Royal AM.
Amakhosi's forward is considering returning to his homeland of Columbia. He's always fought for structure at Amakhosi.genuinely reaching the heights he attained at Mamelodi Sundowns under Pitso Mosimane.
The acronym 'CBD' stood for Castro, Khama Billiat, and Keagan Dolly. When they were the most distinctive threesome on the continent, they were wreaking havoc.
Despite the fact that CBD was brought together at Chiefs, they haven't displayed anything close to that structure. Castro, in particular, has faced with 0 goals in his 12 outings this season. Given his huge sticker price, these are truly inadmissible figures.
Given the caliber of strikers who have left this club. To bolster his hitting power, Kaizer Motaung will have focused on registering advancements.
Arthur Zwane and Dillon Sheppard are acutely aware of this, given their proximity to one of the PSL's finest strikers. According to several reports,
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