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Kaizer Chiefs FC joins the race to sign Young Africans FC red-hot striker Fiston Mayele.

Fiston Mayele
Young Africans striker Fiston Mayele dribbles past Marumo Gallants’ defender Tshepo Gumede.

The 28-year-old Congolese International is currently on top form this season, as his 30 goals in all competitions see him among the best scorers in the continent.

His club is keen to sell the player who is keen to play in the top tier of South African football, which opens doors for Chiefs.


The Naturena-based club is among a host of clubs that have shown interest in signing the Yanga hitman.

Other clubs interested in him are the likes of Raja Casablanca, Al Hilal, Al Merrikh and a few overseas clubs.

Amakhosi recently made an official request on opening talks with Yanga for the player.

And will likely be asked to pay around R10 million for his signature.

Mayele recently won the Tanzanian Premier League scoring 18 goals in the process.

And he joins the long list of players Chiefs will be looking to sign this upcoming transfer window.


The list includes players like Khanyisa Mayo, Sibongiseni Mthethwa, and Junior Mendieta to name a few.

With the club’s frontline misfiring, Chiefs will likely go in hard for Mayele who is a proven goal-poacher.

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