Is seems heavyweights Kaizer Chiefs are serious about reinforcing their midfield in the coming transfer window, this because they are reportedly keen on signing one of the best midfielders in the PSL at the moment.
It had been reported last week that the Glamor Boys were interested in signing former Orlando Pirates midfielder Yusuf Maart art who is currently in the books of Sekhukhune United.
According to a source who is very close to the situation, the 26 years old midfielder could be making the switch to Naturena in the coming January transfer window.
" Yes, it is true that there is interest from Kaizer Chiefs for Maart as they have been closely monitoring him recently. If the two clubs can reach an agreement, then the player could be playing for Chiefs in January," revealed the source.
It could be said that Sekhukhune owe one to Chiefs after they were given the opportunity to sign Willard Katsande who joined from Kaizer Chiefs in the early stages of the season. This may just be the chance for Sekhukhune to return the favour to Chiefs.
Maart has been a revelation this season and has already formed a crucial part of Hugo Broos' Bafana Bafana squad that is well on course to qualify for the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar.
It now remains a matter of time to see whether the midfielder will end up going to Naturena or not, that being in the January transfer window.
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