Kaizer Chiefs players who are returning from loan have seemed, by all accounts, to be for the dogs as they yet to be educated regarding the club's choice for the new season. With the arrangements for the new season going full bore at Amakhosi after the club added eight new players to next season's crew while a few others have been delivered, the club is supposed to settle on a choice on the fates of players who spent the past season on loan.
The four Chiefs players who were on loan last season are Lebohang Lesako, Darrel Matsheke, Thabo Mokoena and Keletso Sifama. As indicated by sources, the four youths haven't yet been exhorted on the arrangement for their short term, as the group returned for preparing this week.
"The Chiefs players that have been on loan haven't been to preparing yet and are holding back to hear from the club in regards to their prospects. I'm discussing players like Daryl Matsheke and Lebohang Lesako. They actually need to hear from the club where they stand," said the source.
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