Former Kaizer Chiefs striker Lazarous Kambole has sealed a transfer to Tanzania side Yanga SC after agreeing to personal terms.
Kambole became a free agent after parting ways with Kaizer Chiefs as he was deemed surplus to requirements by the club's hierarchy.
The 28-year-old striker had earlier been linked with a return to Zambia with Zesco United before agreeing to terms with the Tanzanian outfit.
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Yanga SC official Hersi Said confirmed Kambole's transfer after agreeing to a two-year deal.
"We have reached an agreement with Kambole and his representatives," Said tells KickOff from Tanzania.
"It's a two-year deal. We agreed to terms, and the player is expected to arrive in Tanzania before the end of this week."
KickOff understands that Kambole has arrived in Dar es Salaam to complete his move to Yanga.
The striker will be in attendance on Wednesday as Yanga are crowned league champions if they avoid defeat to Coastal Union.
Kambole is expected to put pen to paper on his deal on Thursday.
Yanga has shown interest in Kambole's services since last year when he was placed on Chiefs' transfer list.
Yanga finally agreed to personal terms after an initial discrepancy in earnings demanded by the player compared to his Chiefs package.