- Samir Nurkovic is reportedly heading back to the fields with Kaizer Chiefs after a solution was found for his "problems"
- According to reports, the Chiefs player will be signing a new deal with the player very soon
- Briefly.co.za previously reported that the player was staying off the field due to unresolved issues with the team
Samir Nurkovic will soon grace South African football fields alongside his Kaizer Chiefs teammates following a lengthy absence. According to reports, the player has finally resolved certain issues he was facing regarding his contract with the team.
Nurkovic was first absent from the field following a groin injury that saw him having to sit aside while his team battled opposing teams during a few matches. After he had recovered he was still absent, leaving fans puzzled.
It seems they no longer have to worry about his absence since reports cite that he will now be making a comeback following the decision that was made by the team's head coaches to upgrade his contract.
According to Kickoff, the team's management has agreed to new contract terms for the player who has received offers from two other teams who are willing to pay big bucks to have them on their side.
Briefly.co.za previously reported that It was earlier reported that Kaizer Chiefs player Samir Nurkovic was taking a leave of absence from the game due to a groin injury which prevented him from taking part in any activities that may stout healing.
Kaizer Chiefs coach Gavin Hunt has however come out and revealed that Nurkovic is now actually completely healed from the injury but will still be off the field due to "other problems" he is currently facing.
Hunt did not mention what exactly the other problems were while he was speaking to SuperSports TV before Chief's match against Black Leopards. He did say that Nurkovic would have to sort out his issues before he could make a comeback.
Goal previously reported that it is yet to be revealed when exactly those issues are that will be sorted out. Meanwhile, Kaizer Chiefs have taken to their Twitter page to announce that Nurkovic would be back soon in a tweet.
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