Chiefs forward's suitors headed for SA


Zambian forward Lazarous Kambole could still be headed in the direction of Tanzania in the new season.

Kambole was transfer-listed by Kaizer Chiefs this week following an awful two-year stay, during which he scored just once in 40 appearances.

The latest information suggests that Simba SC have become the latest club to raise a hand of interest after their rivals Young Africans made the first move last month, only for Kambole’s demands to turn them off.

With Simba playing CAF Champions League football in the new season and expected to lose the attacking influence of Luis Miquissone to Al Ahly, they have now cast their eyes on the Zambian.

Simba are set to arrive in South Africa next week for their pre-season camp, during which they will press on with seeking to seal a deal for the 27-year-old.

Kambole apparently wants a move that will still guarantee he continues earning what he is currently on at Chiefs, despite his poor form in the last two years.

There has also been talk of interest from further up in Sudan, where he will again play Champions League football, while some options in the PSL have brought little joy to date.

A move back to his former club ZESCO United has also been mentioned, with the Zambia Super League club also set to compete in the premier continental club competition next season.

With Chiefs not keen to retain him, they are willing to take whatever offers come their way provided he agrees to personal terms at his next club.

Kambole still has one year remaining on his contract in Naturena but needs to play regular football again and score goals to raise his profile.

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