Attacking midfielder Isaac Chansa is believed to have ended terms with Chinese outfit Henan Jainye and is coming back to the PSLFormer Orlando Pirates midfielder Isaac Chansa is believed to be coming back to South Africa, as he looks for a PSL contract with an unnamed South African club.
Chansa had successfully negotiated his way out of his contract with his current employers Henan Jainye. The Chinese club got relegated at the end of their season, and Chansa wants nothing but to return to South Africa.
The Zambian midfielder has had two stints with Orlando Pirates, and many believe that a move to Parktown will be ideal for the 29-year-old Chansa.
However, Chansa has been linked with a move to Kaizer Chiefs while he was still at Pirates and it wouldn’t come as a surprise if he chooses the Amakhosi over the Buccaneers, with Chiefs are very much in contention for the Caf champions league next season.
Chansa, an Afcon gold medal winner with the Zambian national team in 2012, is also believed to be a wanted man in Russia and the United Arab Emirates, but it is clear that the former Helsingborg man has made up his mind about the PSL return.