According to some prominent findings, Chiefs have been afforded the opportunity to sign Al Ahly's Luis Miquissone, who's been put just on Egypt club's transfer list.
The Mozambican playmaker is no mystery to South Africa, having previously played for Sundowns prior to actually moving on to Simba SC in Tanzania and afterwards Al Ahly under Pitso Mosimane. Supposedly, he is not in the arrangements of new head coach Ricardo Soares, and it'll be intriguing to see if the Chiefs would then jump at the chance to sign him.
Nevertheless, according to iDiski Times, the player's delegate Thato Matuka has specifically denied any interaction from Amakhosi.
Numerous individuals assume that this would be the Chiefs' best'recruitment drive' in an a while, and there are rumours that Amakhosi may still gain one or two more deals for next season.
Surprisingly, it has been heavily publicised that the Soweto giants are still aggressively seeking three striking options, with one potential new signing set to be announced in the days ahead.
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