Kaizer Chiefs hand trial to Arnaldo Gomes

Kaizer Chiefs
Gomes is back in the country to try his luck at the Glamour Boys after three years in Europe

Kaizer Chiefs have handed young midfielder Arnaldo Gomes a trial. 

The 19-year-old began his trial at Amakhosi on Tuesday, with the club posting his picture on their official Twitter account. 

Gomes is one of the three trialists who will be hoping to impress Steve Komphela before the start of the new campaign. 

He joins Darren Lurie and Jonathan Philippe, although the latter appears to be edging closer to earning a professional contract with Chiefs after undergoing a medical. 

Born in Johannesburg, Gomes left the country in 2014 to join Proformance Soccer Academy. 

He later moved to Portugal where he signed for Estoril Praia. Gomes is yet to make a name for himself as a footballer. 

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