It is undeniable that Kaizer Chiefs will re-build their team around these FIVE individuals.
It has been claimed by the Kaizer Chiefs that they intend to rebuild their team in order to compete in the upcoming seasons.
THE FUTURES OF SENIOR PLAYERS ARE IN DISRUPTIVE DISCUSSION.
As reported recently in The South African, Kaizer Chiefs have eight senior players whose contracts are up for renewal.
Bernard Parker is set to obtain a new contract due to his outstanding work as a mentor and role model for the next generation of athletes.
Daniel Cardoso is also expected to continue on the team, according to reports. The whereabouts of Ramahlwe Mphahlele, Daniel Akpeyi, Lebogang Manyama, Leonardo Castro, and Samir Nurkovic, on the other hand, remain a mystery.
Furthermore, both Manyama and Nurkovic's contracts have the option of being extended for an additional year.
THE CHIEFS OF THE KAIZER ARE TO RE-CONSTRUCT THEIR PLAYERS AROUND THEM.
While new players are expected to join the club during the upcoming transfer window in July, the Amakhosi have recently extended contracts to some of their younger players to keep them at the club.
"We have to protect our future, and these are the individuals who will play a key role in establishing a formidable team in the years to come," Kaizer Junior was quoted as saying. "We have to protect our future," he added.
This is in line with our general approach and major goal of lowering the average age of the squad and establishing a young, dynamic club for the future, both of which are compatible with our entire approach.
Listed below is a list of young people who have committed to long-term employment:
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Additionally, Kaizer Chiefs have Thabo Mokoena, a 21-year-old central defender, and Keletso Sifana, a 19-year-old forward, both of whom are striving to make an impression.
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