Ganadinoh Mhango and Thulani Serero To Kaizer Chiefs looks Certain.
By MathohoJ | self meida writer
Published 12 days ago - 9042 views
If things goes accordingly Kaizer Chiefs will be very deadly next campaign, based on players that have been linked with the team and possibility of them joining them it's promising. Ganadinoh Mhango has been linked with a move to Naturena for some time now and if you look at his situation at Orlando Pirates you can see that he will like to move away from the team.
Even though he was a team's top goalscorer Ganadinoh Mhango has been in the bench for many times and with the likes of Lepasa making that position his own the best option for Mhango is to leave. And before he joined Orlando Pirates Mhango wanted to join chiefs but the move didn't materialise.
Thulani serero is actually the one who is pushing Gavin Hunt to bring him back home, Kaizer Chiefs is the team that Serero grew up supporting and he is surely want to come back home . With this two players joining Amakhosi it'll lift preassure off Samir Nukovic and it will make the team more dangerous going forward.
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