As part of the deal to acquire star midfielder Siyethemba Sithebe from AmaZulu, Kaizer Chiefs intend to transfer two first-team players to the club. This is the first time this has happened for the organization.
During the current January transfer window, which is now open, Source reported that Sithebe had agreed to a lucrative deal with the Soweto giants to join them during the current season.
It has already been agreed that Sithebe will sign a pre-contract with Amakhosi for a period of three years, which will commence in the following months.
According to the contract terms of the former Mbombela United midfielder with Usuthu Football Club, his contract will terminate at the conclusion of the current season, which is in June of the following year.
So, in exchange for Dumisani Zuma, who has been mentioned as a prospective trade partner, Kaizer Chiefs want to send AmaZulu two players in exchange for him.
According to a source close to the matter who talked to reports, AmaZulu are not willing to allow Sithebe walk away from the club for nothing.
According to the Chiefs, they want to sign the player as soon as possible, during the January transfer window, and they are willing to move two players to AmaZulu as part of a trade agreement.
While recovering from injury, Sithebe has returned to Durban, where he has continued to train with Benni McCarthy's first team as part of his recovery process.
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