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Chiefs' Gordinho impresses in Europe

2017-01-15 17:44
Lorenzo Gordinho (Supplied)

Cape Town - Kaizer Chiefs defender Lorenzo Gordinho is reportedly impressing while on trial with Aalborg in Denmark and caught the eye during a defeat to Bundesliga outfit Hoffenheim.

The 22-year-old is currently on trial in Europe as they look to bring in a new defender, and put in an eye-catching performance against the German team.

Recently, AaB's head coach Morten Wieghorst said of Gordinho's influence: "I think he had a fine workout, but it is too early to judge anything from just a single exercise.

"He has many things to get used to - a new club, especially a new climate and a new style of play, so it would not be fair to pass a judgment about anything yet."

The centre-back has until January 17 to convince Wieghorst he is worthy of a deal in the Danish Superliga. It's unknown at this stage if Chiefs will demand a fee for the player's services.

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