Kambole exit talks hits a snag

Premiership

Kaizer Chiefs striker Lazarous Kambole's move to Young Africans SC has stalled over the players' wage demands.

Kambole, 27, looks poised to leave Chiefs in the upcoming off-season after struggling to establish himself at the club since his arrival from ZESCO United in July 2019.

Despite arriving at the club with a fearsome reputation due to his exploits from club and country, a return of one goal in two campaigns has seen Amakhosi open the door for his potential exit.

Tanzania Premier League side Yanga and Azam have both declared interest in the Zambia international while Yanga official Hersi Ally Said travelled to South African last week in order to start negotiations with the player.

This website understands that Kambole and Yanga's prospective deal seems highly unlikely as the two parties were way off agreeing on terms on his potential earnings.

According to sources within the club, Yanga were offering a R50,000 a month deal, some short of his reported R100,000 contract with Amakhosi.

While Kambole representatives were aiming for a deal in the region of R140,000 per month which Wananchi feel is unrealistic given his struggles in the DStv Premiership.

Kambole who's currently with Chiefs for the CAF Champions League semi-final clash against Wydad Atheltic Club has scored one goal and registered one assist in 39 games for the club across all competitions.

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