For the time being, the Chiefs forward's salary options are limited.
Kambole has failed to impress for Chiefs, scoring only two goals in 42 appearances since joining in July 2019.
He was placed on the transfer list at the start of the season, but due to contractual obligations, he was not sent away.
The Zambian stayed on after that, hoping for a change of fate, and has only played five minutes this season, scoring once.
The Chiefs have made it clear that they want to get rid of him because Stuart Baxter hasn't warmed up to him, despite the fact that a loan or permanent transfer has been considered.
In their quest to bring in an attacker, Sudanese giants Al Hilal continue to mention Kambole.
Al Hilal are the defending winners of the Sudanese Premier League and are also playing in the CAF Champions’ League group rounds.
They have the budget to get close to what Kambole is earning at Chiefs but are worried about his recent goal-scoring record at Chiefs.
Kambole can return to Zambia, where he has various possibilities, though he will have to reduce his compensation payout.
He has also been discussed in Tanzania, but that will only happen if he accepts a pay cut.
Young Africans were enthusiastic six months ago, but the agreement fell through when they failed to meet his demands.
Kambole's contract with the Chiefs expires at the end of June, and his worth has plummeted as a result of his little playing time.
Meanwhile, AmaKhosi is working hard to get him out of there as quickly as possible.
Kambole has fallen out of favor with Chipolopolo as a result of the struggles he has endured at Chiefs.
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