There is no doubt that the Chiefs have clearly made some ambitious moves in the transfer market this offseason, with Zita Kwinica, Ashley Duprez and Sietemba Sitbe Everyone is on the way to Naturena. And there will be more.
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Chiefs sporting director Kaiser Morton Jr. confirmed the club has some ambitions and revealed where they will strengthen the squad.
“We’re going to make huge changes next season. The structure will be different, but it’s very exciting. Up front is the position that has to be signed;
“We are in talks with the top talent in the position to strengthen the division as we want to be a strong offensively minded team next season.
“In midfield, we will also strengthen this department; we need confident players who are technically reliable.
“We brought in defensive players like Njabulo Ngcobo [at the beginning of the season], but we’ll make some tweaks and changes there as well. “
On Wednesday, the Chiefs went on to confirm that the excess demand was completely cleared at Naturena, with Amakhosi parting ways with no fewer than seven players and members of their technical team.
However, by opening up all five foreign positions, the Chiefs will almost certainly bring in some sought-after internationals, including the DRC midfielder Fabrice Ngoma According to reports, Amakhosi was offered to Amakhosi as a free agent SABC Sports.
Meanwhile, Amakhosi has reportedly rekindled interest in recruiting former South African youth international Thabo Cele, who currently plays for Polish side Radomiak Radom.
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Saylor has previously been known as the Chiefs’ sought-after recruit, especially when he was a free agent last year. However, he eventually moved to Radomiak in October 2021 on a two-year deal.
Nonetheless, it was reported football raduma Although Polish journalist Szymon Janczyk reports that Radomiak is keen to keep Cele’s services, Cele is still part of coach Mariusz Lewandowski’s plans.
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Meanwhile, Sekhukhune United captain Yusuf Maart, considered a key target for the Chiefs, is not expected to make a move.
Some reports suggest Sekhukhune United may accept an offer for Maart, but chief executive Jonas Malatji has now told Sovetan Live He wants Malte to stay at the club because the offers received are not good enough.
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“Youssef won’t develop like this. Remember, I’m not a sales team. If you really need my players, when I say give me a point, you have to give me that point…don’t say you Will give me half a point,” Malaghi explained.
“Yes, I’ve been approached by several clubs, unfortunately I won’t reveal their names, but the numbers they told me were far from even what I asked for.”
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