Earlier this month it was revealed that Gonzalez was set to join Kaizer Chiefs on loan from Bolivian Premira Division side Real Santa Cruz, with an option to purchase at the end of the 2023/24 season.
With Chiefs on the hunt for another striker for some time, it’s hoped that Gonzalez will provide real firepower up front, but the Soweto giants will need to be patient for a little longer as they await his arrival.
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According to iDiski Times, his visa is yet to be approved as a result of the fact that Colombia does not have a South African embassy, and his application now needs to go via Venezuela first.
It’s expected that this will take a few more days, but the talented youngster should then soon be able to complete his move to Chiefs.
WHO IS KAIZER CHIEFS-BOUND GONZALEZ?
Gonzalez was born in Arboletes, Colombia in 1999, and he plays as a centre-forward and stands at 1.89 meter tall.
The lanky striker started his development at Atletico Nacional before moving to San Lorenzo where he was promoted in 2020.
Upon his promotion, Gonzalez was loaned out to Argentine clubs All Boys for his first taste of professional football.
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Gonzalez would later move to Colombia to join Real Santa Cruz, and he’s netted eight goals in 16 matches for them this season.