Cape Town - Kaizer Chiefs are reported to up their interest in Bongani Ndulula from AmaZulu, after the club recently clinched a four-year deal with David Zulu.
According to the Soccer Laduma website, the Amakhosi have completed their negotiations with Chippa United for David Zulu to join Stuart Baxter's side during the January transfer window and are now targeting Ndulula as a potential new signing for the next transfer window or the end of the season.
Having previously played for Orlando Pirates earlier in his career, it is believed that Chiefs might want to land the striker to give him a chance in the team like they did with Siphelele Mthembu who was signed by the side in July.
Chiefs are in need of strikers and have even looked as far as Kenya in their search, with Ugandan striker Daniel Sserunkuma having caught the attention of the Naturena outfit.
Ndulula is a good finisher who is capable of scoring spectacular goals with good service from the midfielders.