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Kaizer Chiefs are set to release seven players from last season’s squad, including Zambian international forward Lazarous Kambole, According reports from ZamFoot.
This comes after the Soweto giants announced the signing of ten new players following the lifting of FIFA sanctions that forbade them to sign players in the last two transfer windows.
After a tough two years with the gold and black outfit, Kambole will be made available for other clubs to acquire his services on a loan or permanent basis.
The 27-year-old joined Kaizer Chiefs from Zambia Premier League giants, ZESCO United after breakthrough performances for the Ndola outfit in the CAF Champions League.
The fifteen-times capped Zambian international has struggled to command a starting place having scored one goal and registered one assist in 40 games for AmaKhosi in all competitions.
Kambole is not short of suitors with Tanzanian Premier League sides Yanga and Azam having both declared interest in the highly rated Zambian forward.
Additionally, there is a possibility that the Chingola native may decide to join another PSL side following the path of many other South African-based Chipolopolo players who transferred between PSL clubs.
An outside probability could be the temptation of returning ‘home’ to reunite with his former club, ZESCO United.
It is worth mentioning that Kambole still has a year left on his lucrative contract with ‘The Glamour Boys’ which may prove to be a negotiating stumbling block for any team that is keen to sign him.
Only time will tell where the road leads for Lazarous Kambole going into next season.