Knowledge Musona doubtful that Kaizer Chiefs can afford to buy him out

Knowledge Musona doubtful that Kaizer Chiefs can afford to buy him out

- Zimbabwean international, Knowledge Musona, is not happy at Anderlecht in Belgium and is open to a return to South Africa

- Musona admits it will be unlikely that any South African team would be in a position to buy him out of his current contract

- The striker has been linked with a return to Kaizer Chiefs and is featuring at this year’s Afcon

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Zimbabwean international, Knowledge Musona, seems to be unhappy at Anderlecht in Belgium and is open to a return to South Africa.

The striker only featured on eight occasions and scored one goal, before being loaned out to Lokeren.

Prior to that, he enjoyed six productive seasons with Oostende.

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With Musona not being a favourite at Anderlecht, speculation is rife that he could return to Mzansi.

The "Smiling Assassin" made his name at Kaizer Chiefs and rumours have linked him with a return, but Musona feels that money could be the stumbling block.

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Musona said, "I don't know if there are any teams from South Africa who are able to buy me out of that contract. It's going to be difficult‚ I think."

TimesLIVE reported that the striker emphasised that he would be open to joining a host of clubs within South Africa and not specifically with Chiefs only.

Briefly.co.za understands that Amakhosi fans would welcome Musona back with open arms as the attacker boasts a wonderful strike rate at Chiefs.

Musona revealed that his next destination would ideally be at a club where he feels loved and appreciated.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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