Among Kaizer Chiefs' four strikers, one has caught the eye of head coach Arthur Zwane enough for him to be the next to be signed. Try to guess who it is I have in mind.
Zwane seems to have seen this man, and while he won't be the first to be signed, he could be the next.
Chiefs are currently evaluating Bonfils-Caleb Bimenyimana of Burundi, Fuad Johnson of Stellenbosch FC, Wayde Lakay of the erstwhile TS Galaxy, and Musa Kamara of Sierra Leone, all of whom are hoping to sign contracts with Naturena. The four athletes all represent their respective countries on the world stage.
In particular, Zwane and Chiefs found Bimenyimana to be quite attractive.
The Soweto giants are allegedly close to signing the Burundian national team star, as reported by SoccerLaduma.
He also scored during their most recent match against Polokwane City.
As a result of the losses of Samir Nurkovic, Leonardo Castro, Bernard Parker, and Lazorous Kambole, the Chiefs are looking to add a new striker to their roster.
The addition of Ashley Du Preez was a huge boost for Amakhosi. Nonetheless, they'll need additional players on the roster if they hope to medal in many competitions. That is, they need a minimum of two or three more options for how to attack.
Which one of these four men do you think Amakhosi should sign?
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