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Players at Naturena. Photo: Twitter

Why Kaizer Chiefs should move heaven and earth to sign this PSL star

Kaizer Chiefs will have to present Karim Kimvuidi with an enticing package to persuade him to move to Naturena instead of Chloorkop.

Kaizer Chiefs Naturena

Players at Naturena. Photo: Twitter

Karim Kimvuidi is the talk of Mzansi with Kaizer Chiefs, Orlando Pirates and Sundowns all keen on his coveted signature. Why is he so admired around Mzansi?

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KIMVUIDI IS HOT PSL PROPERTY

21-year-old Maritzburg United star Karim Kimvuidi is one of the more flamboyant and entertaining playmakers in Mzansi at the moment. As just 21, he has his entire career ahead of him. Four assists in 29 league appearances last term wasn’t a sensational return, but he’s certainly got the quality to get fans out of their seats.

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Orlando Pirates are chasing Maritzburg United’s Karim Kimvuidi. Image: BackpagePix

KAIZER CHIEFS TO MISS OUT?

Kimvuidi’s dribbling ability is a standout feature of his game, but his skills would be best utilized and showcased in the central number 10 role, rather than in wide attacking areas. Although his preference is a move to Sundowns, Chiefs should do their best to change the Congolese star’s mind. Can they, though? For now, they’ll be happy to have sealed a move for prolific Marumo Gallants striker Ranga Chivaviro. Like Kimvuidi, Chivaviro suffered relegation at the end of this campaign.

Where will he end up? Chiefs would love to enjoy his considerable talent, especially if they can deprive their major rivals of doing so in the process.

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Sundowns fans basking in glory. Photo: Twitter @Masandawana

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