Kaizer Chiefs that they have not yet allowed signing players due to transfer ban spotted potential player. Gavin Hunt confesses earlier this year that he is having a long list of potential players. Siya Crew reported that Kaizer Chiefs under Gavin Hunt are negotiating with the newly promoted team Moroka Swallows. Kaizer Chiefs are ready to seal the deal with Moroka Swallows defender Njabulo Ngcobo who is playing very well at Swallows.
Siya Crew said Kaizer Chiefs will have to offer cash to Moroka Swallows in exchange for Ngcobo. Moroka Swallows said they cannot stop Ngcobo from growing in his career as playing from Kaizer Chiefs will give him more opportunities.
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