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Kaizer Chiefs flop heading to different North African country – report

A Kaizer Chiefs flop is reportedly heading to Libya to try and revive his career following his departure from Naturena.

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Bonflis-Caleb Bimenyimana parted ways with Chiefs over a week ago after just a season with the club.

This despite him being the club’s top goalscorer in the league with seven goals last season – the majority of which were penalties.

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According to KickOff, Bimenyimana has a huge deal waiting for him in Libya from an unnamed topflight club.

This latest report simply means Bimenyimana really had his mind set on playing in North Africa for the 2023-24 season.

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Prior to leaving Chiefs, the Burundi international was heavily linked with a possible move to Moroccan giants Wydad Athletic Club.

However, nothing came out of it and he had to return to Chiefs to continue with his preparation as he was still contracted.

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Bonfils-Caleb Bimenyimana in his debut season with Chiefs. Photo: Twitter

KAIZER CHIEFS FLOP LINKED WITH MOVE TO LIBYA

“KickOff can now confirm that the 25-year-old has agreed to a move to Libya to reignite his playing career at the end of September,” reads the report.

“The contract tabled from the reported Libyan outfit – whose league campaign gets underway at the end of September – merely needs pen-to-paper.”

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