The Latest in Transfer News for the Kaizer Chiefs.
REVEALED: Kaizer Chiefs duo heading to Swallows.
According to the information provided by the source, Kaizer Chiefs and Swallows FC are very close to finalizing a double-loan deal with AmaKhosi for the players Darrel Matsheke and Lebohang Lesako.
Matsheke, who is 23 years old, and Lesako, who is 22 years old, are going to spend a season with the Dube Birds in the hopes of gaining more experience in the top flight as Swallows look to establish a fresher squad for the upcoming campaign, subject to final agreements. Matsheke and Lesako are going to spend a season with the Dube Birds in the hope of getting more experience in the top flight.
Both players have recently returned from successful loan periods with Uthongathi FC and are alumni of the development team at Kaizer Chiefs.
The Swallows did not have the finest of seasons and only just managed to keep their position in the league. The Swallows' roster needs significant restocking in anticipation of a mass departure of its more experienced players, and the two new players from Naturena will go a long way toward meeting that need.
The Dube Birds had difficulty accommodating what club Chairman David Mogashoa dubbed a "bloated roster" with "unhappy players" during the previous season. It is currently widely believed that the club is working toward the goal of fielding a smaller and younger group.
According to sources with direct knowledge of the transaction, it is almost finished, and an announcement is on the horizon.
According to the information provided to KickOff.com by a source, "Nothing is set in stone but it's practically a done deal and just a matter of final negotiations before an official announcement is made so that the boys can get started."
Since the successful transfer of 2020/21 Dstv Premiership Defender of the Season Njabulo Ngcobo and, more recently, the trio of Dillan Solomons, Kamohelo Mahlatsi, and George Matlou, AmaKhosi and Swallows have enjoyed a fruitful working relationship. This relationship can be traced back to the successful transfer of Njabulo Ngcobo.
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