Kaizer Chiefs to loan Rusike for experienced signings

Kaizer Chiefs striker Matthew Rusike is close to leaving the Naturena based side. Goal has been informed about the clubs intention
The Zimbabwean forward is likely to leave Amakhosi on loan, as Chiefs look to boost their striking department during this winter transfer window. 
Rusike was mostly used as a substitute last season, making nine appearances as a substitute, and one as a starter in the Absa Premiership.
Goal has been informed that Rusike is set to leave Chiefs on loan, by a source close to the 23-year-old former Jomo Cosmos attacker.
"The club will be releasing and loaning some of the players soon. Matthew is one of the players that are likely to be loaned out. He knows this. The club is looking to bring in experienced strikers," a source told Goal.
Ajax Cape Town could jump at a chance of signing the skillful forward, after losing striker Eleazar Rodgers who returned back to Mamelodi Sundowns after spending 12 months at the Ikamva outfit on loan.
Chiefs head coach Stuart Baxter has already stated that Amakhosi will be shopping for strikers in the transfer market. 
Sundowns forward Edward Manqele and Platinum Stars striker Siphelele Mthembu have both been linked with the Glamour Boys.