Kaizer Chiefs have welcomed back Caleb Bonfils-Bimenyimana, despite having opened the door for him a few weeks ago.
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According to local media, Amakhosi offered the 25-year-old Burundian permission to negotiate a relocation to Morocco.
According to further reports, the Soweto giants even received and accepted a bid to sell Bimenyimana.
“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,” according to a report on iDiski Times.
Meanwhile, Bimenyimana was unexpectedly seen with Amakhosi on Tuesday.
Coach Ntseki was appropriately questioned about the plot twist. The attacker is merely returning to stay with Chiefs, according to the former Bafana Bafana coach.
“Caleb [Bimenyimana] is with us right now, we were just training today, he’s with us,” Ntseki told FARPost.
“We wish him every success as a Kaizer Chiefs player.” “Hopefully, he will improve this season,” Ntseki said.