Kaizer Chiefs yet to table offer for Tendai Ndoro

Kaizer Chiefs yet to table offer for Tendai Ndoro
Tendai Ndoro of Ajax Cape Town evades challenge from Gift Sithole of Platinum Stars scores goal during the Absa Premiership 2017/18 football match between Ajax Cape Town and Platinum Stars at Cape Town Stadium, Cape Town on 12 January 2018 ©Chris Ricco/BackpagePix

by Staff Reporter

Monday Jul 09, 2018. 15:00

Despite reports that Kaizer Chiefs have showed an interest in signing free agent and former Ajax Cape Town striker Tendai Ndoro, his agent says there has been no approach from the Soweto-based club.

Amakhosi are in their pre-season and will play at the Maize Cup on Saturday, July 14 at James Motlatsi Stadium against Buya Msuthu at 10h00 in the first semifinal.

The other semifinal, taking place at 12h00, will see Free State Stars and Chippa lock horns.

According to the player's representative, Gary Cassisa, his client is being linked to Amakhosi but said they've not received any offers for Ndoro yet.

However, Cassisa said they hope if Chiefs and SuperSport United get new head coaches, there's a possibility that either of the clubs would snap up Ndoro.

"We have heard that Chiefs are interested in Tendai but at this stage there's no offer for him from them or any other club," Cassisa told Sunday World.

"We just have to wait and see until Chiefs and SuperSport United appoint coaches. Maybe then there'll be something concrete. We are in talks with three teams but there are no formal offers.

"Any team that finds him now, he's going to score them goals. Ndoro is a natural goal scorer. He's in good mental state as well."

The Zimbabwean forward recently left the Urban Warriors after making headlines regarding the saga involving the Premier Soccer League and the South African Football Association.

He's the focal point of the ongoing PSL chaos that has seen Ajax being restored to the 15th spot on the log after a court order while the league is challenging the ruling.

The saga comes on the back of representing three clubs in one season and led to protests by Polokwane City, Platinum Stars and SuperSport United.

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