Kaizer Chiefs player set to Snub Chiefs for another team.

 Kaizer Chiefs player set to Snub Chiefs for another team.

According to reports, Kaizer Chiefs Talisman set to dump Soweto giants Kaizer Chiefs for ambitious Durban outfit Royal AM.

KickOff reports on Thursday that Chiefs have not exercised their option to keep the Serbian for one more year, paving the way for the striker to move to Durban.

When Nurkovic signed a new contract with the Soweto giants at the start of last season, he was given an option for a further year. However, after finding the back of the net 14 times in his debut season, he struggled for game time due to injuries.

Since the beginning of last season, Nurkovic has scored just seven goals for AmaKhosi.

While Nurkovic has not had the best of seasons, he could potentially use a fresh start as a means to revive his career.

The Serbian has also proven that he is capable of scoring all types of goals and against any team in his stint with Chiefs. He was also a feared striker and arguably the most clinical finisher in the Chiefs setup prior to this season.

Royal AM have been one of the surprise packages of the season and the Chatsworth Stadium based club have a strong chance of finishing second this term. Should they finish second, they will qualify for next season’s CAF Champions League. A third place finish would earn them entry to the CAF Confederation Cup.

Samir Nurkovic could be a potential replacement for Victor Letsoalo. Bafana Bafana’s Letsoalo has been impressive in the league this season, having scored 14 league goals to date and he has been linked with a big-money move to Chiefs.

Maduka has proven that he can revive the careers of players as he did with Thabo Matlaba who has been one of Royal AM’s best performers this season at the age of 34.

Royal AM have also proven that they are not shy to sign star names as they signed former Mamelodi Sundowns defender Ricardo Nascimento earlier this year.

Royal AM have also proven that they are not shy to sign star names as they signed former Mamelodi Sundowns defender Ricardo Nascimento earlier this year.

 

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