Samir Nurkovic has been dominating the latest news of the transfer window lately. It was reported that Kaizer Chiefs is looking to sell the striker. Samir Nurkovic due to injuries he has never been the same since his first season at Kaizer Chiefs where he dominated. The player being linked with a move away from Naturena, is huge news to the supporters considering the fact that the player was once linked with a move to Al Ahly. Orlando Pirates on the other hand is in need of a new striker, and Samir Nurkovic is looking for a fresh start after his long term injury.
Kaizer Chiefs could also use the player in a swap deal for either Sipho Mbule or Teboho Mokoena. The Glamour boys have been after Supersport United duo for a while now alongside Mamelodi Sundowns. Samir Nurkovic has not signed a new contract extension with Kaizer Chiefs that would prove he is willing to stay at the club. Nurkovic has also not attracted interest yet due to his injury. Do you think Kaizer Chiefs should sell the Serbian striker? Comment your answer below, share and hit the like button please.
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