Kick Off has been taught that Kaizer Chiefs are working on reshuffling their new norm in this January move window with somewhere near one non-South Africa set to be either conveyed or progressed out.
Word is that attempts are being made to move Lazarous Kambole out before the expiry of his arrangement close to the completion of June.
The Zambian is in his third year at Chiefs anyway has passed on close to nothing which is the explanation he was placed on the trade list at the beginning of the period.
For a forward, his numbers are poor with only two destinations to his name in 42 appearances since appearing at Chiefs.
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It is in this manner that the club rushes to move him out to open further new space with the chance of getting Ethiopian striker Abubeker Nasir Ahmed.
Nasir played in every one of the three social event games for Ethiopia at the Afcon finals and appears back home this evening from Cameroon.
The 21-year-old excess parts in the books of BetKing Ethiopian Premier League club Ethiopian Coffee (Ethiopia Bunna) and is close to past Orlando Pirates forward Fikru Lemessa Tefera.
Tefera is a respected figure in Ethiopian football.
Nasir was the top scorer in the Ethiopian Premier League last season with 29 targets and has up until this point terminated four in the new season.
The Chiefs new part has Nurkovic, Kambole, Teddy Akumu while Daniel Akpeyi and Castro at this point meet all prerequisites for very strong home which is held by Khama Billiat (who is as of now playing as a non-untouchable).
AmaKhosi have been willing to focus on offers for Nurkovic yet he is hurt while Castro's visit past the expiry of his arrangement in June isn't guaranteed.
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