As we head towards the resumption of Dstv premiership league after the conclusion of African cup of Nations next month, there's a lot going on with different clubs regarding the signing of new players and renewal of contracts.
Kaizer Chiefs hasn't been in any talk with the Serbian striker Samir Nurkoviç about the renewal of his contract as it expires soon.
With the unconfirmed rumours sparking that Nurkovic can join Orlando pirates or Supersport United, it could be possible as he would like to make a move to big clubs after playing for Amakhosi departure
The Serbian striker hasn't been making any appearance ever since the league has commenced, this was due to the injury he had last year on CAF champions League when Kaizer Chiefs had a clash with Wydad Casablanca in Morocco. Nurkoviç had to go for an surgery as his injury was too serious and in need of medical attention.
According to Arthur Zwane, Kaizer Chiefs coach assistant, Samir Nurkoviç has shown some positive improvement after having a successful surgery and he will resume with the club after the international break of Afcon tournament.
Other news: Kaizer Chiefs are reported in talk with one of Amazulu fc star but the club is not looking forward to release him so easily.
Siyethembe Sithebe had shown interest in joining the Sowetan giants but Amazulu are demanding two players from Kaizer Chiefs in order to release him. The demanded players include Dumisani Zuma and the other one is unknown so far, could it be Samir Nukovirç.
In addition, head coach of Amazulu fc Benni McCarthy has already confirmed that the 29 year old will not appear in the club again this season.
Amazulu fc will come into terms and conditions agreement soon with Amakhosi to finalize the deal.
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