South African giants Kaizer Chiefs are interested in signing Ghana striker Stephen Sarfo following his exploits at the recently ended Wafu Cup of Nations.
The Amakhosi are in search of a striker and are keen on landing one in the January transfer window.
Head coach Steve Komphela is keeping his cards close to his chest regarding a player on the club’s radar but hinted his sights are on one of the strikers who emerged at the Wafu Cup.
“There is one player within the best eleven players at Wafu and I wish I could mention his name but I know people will jump up and go and get him,” said Komphela in reference to the West African Nations Cup which was won by Ghana.
“We are already on top of that. You got to be on top of your game and sometimes in football it is unfortunate that we cannot disclose everything. There are certain things that we do which we wish we could share with people but you cannot share because you know how it is.
“If you are selling fish and chips and you telling people that the best potato comes from Zuurbekom everybody will go and buy that potato from there. So you don’t tell them where the potato comes from but you keep telling them there are potatoes coming in for quality chips.”
The player in question, Footy-Ghana.com has reliably been informed is Stephen Sarfo who plies his trade with Ghana Premier League side Berekum Chelsea.
The predator emerged the top scorer of the 16-team Wafu tournament with four goals.
Kaizer Chiefs will have to overcome a huge battle to land the Ghanaian as we understand that many agents have been lurking around with tempting offers for the player.