Kaizer Chiefs have been one of their busiest teams in the transfer market with nine new players coming in and eight departures.
However, as reported on The South African website on Tuesday, Kamohelo Mahlatsi could be on his way out at Naturena.
Now, a new report suggests that there could two more exits in addition to that of Mahlatsi before the transfer window closes on 22 September.
According to KickOff, Sabelo Radebe and Happy Mashiane could well find themselves out the exit door at Chiefs.
Radebe hasn’t really reached his full potential at Chiefs, and perhaps that’s because of his lack of game time since his promotion to the first team.
Mashiane, on the other hand, had his chance in the early years of his career as a first team player but his confidence suffered a major knock in 2021.
It was during the CAF Champions League final against Al Ahly when Mashiane got a red card in the first half, and since then, he’s never been the same player.
And the fact that he’s yet to feature for Chiefs this season is a worrying factor hence rumours that he could be let go.
KAIZER CHIEFS TO LET GO OF TWO MORE PLAYERS?
“Other players said to be possibly heading out the exit door before the transfer window closes are Sabelo Radebe who has made two appearances as a late substitute and Happy Mashiane who is yet to feature for Amakhosi this season,” reads part of the report.