The transfer window is around the corner and the exit door could be too for these Kaizer Chiefs stars. Here’s the full list of likely EXITS.
Amakhosi fans could be saying a few more goodbyes this week.
We take a look at the full list of players who could be heading out of Naturena.
FULL LIST OF LIKELY CHIEFS EXITS
- Bruce Bvuma
- Happy Mashiane
- Sabelo Radebe
- Siyethembe Sithebe
BVUMA YET TO FEATURE FOR CHIEFS UNDER MOLEFI NTSEKI
Bvuma is yet to feature this season under Ntseki.
Brandon Peterson has established himself as the first choice goalkeeper with Itumeleng Khune as back-up in goal. Therefore, Bvuma will struggle to find gametime if he stays at Naturena. Although he has not been linked with an exit, a loan move or a move out of Naturena is his best option if he wants to accumulate more minutes this season. This is key for him if he has ambitions to return to the Bafana Bafana set up.
MASHIANE’S SPOT UNDER JEOPARDY
Mashiane’s spot is under jeopardy. S’fiso Hlanti is the primary left back. Edmilson Dove is the current cover with Mashiane seemingly not a part of the Soweto giants plans this season. Furthermore, Omega Mdaka looks set to earn a first team contract. In fact, Amakhosi management have offered him a three-year contract.
“So, they want to have Mdaka as another left back in the team. Yes, they have offered him a three-year contract but it is about 90% finalized as he is still the captain for the DDC team,” the insider stated on SoccerLaduma.
RADEBE AND SITHEBE FALLS DOWN CHIEFS PECKING ORDER
Radebe is in a similiar boat to these players. He sits behind the likes of Yusuf Maart, Nkosingiphile Ngcobo, Edson Castillo and Samkelo Zwane in the midfield pecking order. He has also been linked with a possible loan move in recent months.
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Finally, Sithebe faces a nervy week with reports linking the midfielder with a possible exit. With the potential arrivals of Donay Jansen and Sibongiseni Mthethwa, he may be in trouble. However, he is the likeliest player on this list to stay at Naturena.
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