One of Pitso Mosimane's former players, a striker that 'Jingles' personally signed, and a striker that formerly played for Mamelodi Sundowns has just been made available to Kaizer Chiefs!
Amakhosi have been the most active team in terms of transfer activity so far during this window, but they are about to become even more active.
We'd like to introduce you to Luis Miquissone, a forward who formerly played for Mamelodi Sundowns and now plays for Al Ahly.
The man who received a personal signature from Mosimane was allowed to accompany him on his trip back to South Africa. One significant distinction, however, is that in the event that he acts in this manner, he will travel to the central part of Soweto and associate himself with Amakhosi.
According to Phakaaati, Miquissone was just recently made available to Chiefs, which suggests that this scenario is more likely than not.
Jessica Motaung has confirmed that the Chiefs will be adding THREE more attackers to the Naturena roster, and the signing of Mosimane could very well be one of those additions.
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