Chiefs to cut underperforming Gonzalez’s loan spell short?
Chiefs are looking to enhance their team by bringing in a foreign striker and a goalkeeper.
Jasond Gonzalez of Kaizer Chiefs (Muzi Ntombela/BackpagePix)
There’s uncertainty surrounding Jasond Gonzalez’s future at Kaizer Chiefs, as the striker has struggled to make a significant impact since his arrival.
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Gonzalez, a robust Colombian striker, is on a year-long loan at Chiefs from his Bolivian club, Club Real Santa Cruz. However, recent signs suggest he might return to his mother club earlier than initially anticipated.
According to a Phakaaathi source, Chiefs are looking to enhance their team by bringing in a foreign striker and a goalkeeper.
As a result, Gonzalez is likely to be released early to create space for these new arrivals.
The source mentioned that Gonzalez hasn’t delivered what the club expected from him, and with the coaching change under Cavin Johnson, he doesn’t quite fit into the new system being implemented.
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Last week, Phakaaathi reported that Chiefs are eyeing a young goalkeeper from the Democratic Republic of Congo, recommended by former goalkeeper Botende Eshele.
The club is keen to recruit him in light of Brandon Petersen’s costly mistakes of late in the goalkeeping department.