Kaizer Chiefs Football Club have been known as one of the biggest football clubs in Africa if not the biggest,and throughout the years the club has had a lot of expectations for players coming in and signing for the club and without a doubt if a player doesn’t perform he will be released.
According to a Souce,Kaizer Chiefs Football Club have accepted a bit from Wyad Atletic club for their Striker by the name of Caleb Bimenyimana.
Wydad opened talks for the player last week after it became clear they needed a new striker for the upcoming King Salman Cup where they are in Group B alongside Al Hilal, Al Sadd and Al Ahli Tripoli, which kicks off in two days.
It’s believed Bouly Junior Sambou, who scored 20 goals in 41 games last season could be heading to Russia or Turkey before the end of the transfer window and Bimenyimana will fill his role as the lead number nine for the upcoming competition.
While there’s been a back-and-forth on his valuation, the two sides agreed on a fee on Friday before the player received the green light to leave camp.
Bimenyimana took the first possible flight out to Casablanca on Friday evening and met with his representatives in the North African state where they are currently in talks for personal terms with the Botola Pro giants.
The total prize money for the Arab Cup stands at $10-million (R181 million) with the winner of the tournament bagging an incredible $6-million (108 million).
Kaizer Chiefs Striker Caleb Bimenyimana will now look onto being revealed by Wyad since he has signed a new contract with them which will be considered as a done deal for the Striker and the Wyad fans will now have a Striker by the name of Caleb Bimenyimana who looked to be a flop in his days when he was given a chance at Kaizer Chiefs.