There may be a surprise transfer in the PSL should things go south for one of the known top strikers in Amakhosi. It is reported that Kaizer Chiefs May look to include Serbian striker Samir Nurkovic in their deal to sign target Sipho Mbule or Tebogo Mokoena. It is that the Serbia hasn’t agreed on a new contract with the Soweto giants and reports are that Chiefs don’t want to loose him to anyone for free, though they would rather include him in a swap deal that will see them sign Mbule or Mokoena should SuperSport agreed to a deal. He hasn’t been in good form like when coach Ernst Middendorp was still in charge of Amakhosi and he has suffered a few injury set backs.
Chiefs are very keen to sign Mokoena and Mbule. Therefore, offering Nurkovic as part of a swap deal could drastically increase their chances of getting either man. Whether offer a direct swop for Nurkovic or include money in their deal. Pirates on the other hand are in need of a striker while Nurkovic has stressed that he needs a new beginning. Usually, a transfer between the Soweto giants rivals is unlikely but Nurkovic could make this rare move for several reasons. Firstly he has had a tough past year to forget with family issues and injuries and craves a fresh start. A move across to the Buccaneers would mean very little admin in terms of moving his South African base fans and supporters. But it would be a good deal for either team that sign him. Where should he go.
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