- Ajax Cape Town striker Tendai Ndoro has been linked with a possible move to Kaizer Chiefs
- Ndoro’s agent Gary Cassisa said his client is looking for a new club after leaving Ajax Cape Town
- Cassisa said he had heard Chiefs were interested but confirmed Ndoro had not received a concrete offer as yet
Ajax Cape Town’s star striker Tendai Ndoro has been linked with a possible move to Kaizer Chiefs. His agent Gary Cassisa confirmed that Ndoro is looking for a new club to call home.
Ndoro decided not to renew his contract with Ajax Cape Town when it expired last month and is currently a free agent.
Cassisa said he had heard from various well-placed sources that Kaizer Chiefs were interested in his client but added that Ndoro had not received any offers from the club (or any other club for that matter) as yet.
Briefly.co.za gathered that Ndoro shot to fame recently when he became the centre point of the ongoing promotion/relegation saga in the Premier Soccer League.
Ajax Cape Town was initially docked points by a South African Football Association (SAFA) arbitrator when he found the club had fielded Ndoro while the player was still ineligible to play in the PSL. This caused Ajax to be relegated from the PSL.
The ruling was set aside in a dramatic ruling by the South Gauteng High Court last week. The ruling in effect restored Ajax to the PSL and has thrown a veil of chaos over the competition.
Citizen.co.za reported that Cassisa said he was currently in talks with three clubs to secure a deal for his client. He said none of those clubs had made an offer as yet but said he was hopeful of receiving an offer in the near future.
Cassisa said he felt that Kaizer Chiefs would become more active in the transfer market once a replacement coach has been appointed.
He said any team would be lucky to secure Ndoro’s services because he is a natural-born goalscorer. Cassisa said Ndoro was currently training by himself to keep himself fit and ready for the start of the new season.
Ndoro said he had enjoyed his time at Ajax Cape Town, but felt the time was right to leave when he did because the club and its environment was no longer conducive to his own growth.
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