The Colombian marksman, a 2016 CAF Champions League winner with
Mamelodi Sundowns, joined Amakhosi from the Brazilians just before
Having returned from a visit to his home country, Castro joined in
with the Chiefs training for the first time and spoke of his desire to
prove his worth to the club.
"I appreciate the opportunity to play for Chiefs and I will make sure
to repay the confidence and trust the club has shown in me," he was
quoted as saying on Chiefs' Twitter page.
Castro will give Chiefs coach Steve Komphela more options up front,
where the likes of Gustavo Paez and Bernard Parker have been regular
starters for Amakhosi this season.
The Glamour Boys have also signed Siphelele Ntshangase and Kabelo
Mahlasela from Baroka FC and Bloemfontein Celtic respectively, while
left-back Siphosakhe Ntiya-Ntiya was promoted from the development
Mahlasela's progress has however been halted by what appears to be a
serious knee injury he picked up in training late last week after
Amakhosi are next in action when they host Polokwane City on Saturday night in a league match.