It is no longer a secret that striker Caleb Bimenyimana is not part of the plans going forward at Kaizer Chiefs, with the club looking to get rid of him.
Bimenyimana has known as far back as last month that Chiefs were looking to offload him after an underwhelming season at the club.
Arthur Zwane had often lamented the lack of finishing from his Chiefs side despite signing Ashley du Preez, Bimenyimana and Christian Saile last season.
Now according to the latest reports, Chiefs are set to go through yet another revamp and this time more than just age, it will also be the overall contribution that will decided whether a player stays at Naturena for the next season or not.
One of those players who is thought to have not had the desired effect is striker Bimenyimana.
Bimenyimana arrived at Chiefs, somewhat belatedly having been released after undergoing a trial during pre-season.
It then seemed like a rather strange decision by Zwane and his Amakhosi management to sign a player who they initially did not see as a perfect fit for the club.
Just last week, it was reported the Zwane had told the Burundian international in front of his teammates that he was not part of his plans going forward.
Now according to iDiski Times, Bimenyimana has been offered a deal in Europe, which he has since, surprisingly rejected.
“Kaizer Chiefs striker Bonfils Caleb Bimneyimana has attracted interest from Ukraine, iDiski Times have learnt. However, Bimneyimana rejected the opening approach from an unnamed Ukrainian club, as he seeks to better his current earnings at the Soweto giants” wrote the publication.
That rejection will seem like a surprise to many as they wouldn’t associate Bimenyimana with a move abroad, especially to a decent footballing nation like Ukraine, on the back of what he has shown at Chiefs. But it is clear that he has been given the confidence of a better offer coming.