Zambian giants Zesco United have expressed interest in signing Kaizer Chiefs striker Lazarous Kambole ahead of next season.
In an interview with KickOff, Zesco head coach Mumamba Numba confirmed that he would like to have Kambole back at the club.
Kambole was on the books of Zesco prior to Chiefs acquiring his services for a fee reported to be in the region of R3 million in 2019.
His lack of game time last season has made Numba even more interested as he believes Kambole should be playing regularly.
“Of course, he has struggled to settle down in South Africa. I think this is something that we are looking at,” said Numba.
The Zesco boss said they will see if it’s possible to talk to Chiefs over the availability of Kambole who still has a year left on his current deal.
“If it can be possible, we have a chat with his employers that side so that maybe we can bring him so that we can resuscitate his career,” Numba said.
“I think him not having game time that side is not good for a player of his calibre.
“I think he needs to be playing week in week out so that he can be at his best, that, as it is now, he is not having too much game time which has affected his performance that is why his performance seems to have gone down,” added Numba.
“But I think we’ll try and see if it can be possible to bring him back here so that we can help him resuscitate his career.”
Kambole has managed just a single strike in 40 competitive matches for the Glamour Boys since his arrival at Naturena.
The Zambia international was previously linked with a possible move to Tanzania with Young Africans and Simba SC reported to be keen on him.
However, nothing appears to have come out of those reports as Kambole is still at Chiefs but with Zesco now interested, the marksman could be tempted to go back home.