Since buying no players on a permanent or loan basis during the January transfer window, Kaizer Chiefs Sporting Director Kaizer Motaung Junior has made it clear that the club would make fresh acquisitions during the July window.
It has been announced that Kaizer Chiefs will try to lower the average age of the team by bringing in younger, more skilled players. This will hopefully reduce the number of players over 30 who may decide to leave the club at the end of this season.
Although the transfer market has yet to start, this team has been linked to some of the Premier Soccer League's most promising rising stars. Many players, including Sipho Mbule, Victor Letsoalo, Ashley Du Preez, NDababayithethwa Ndlondo, and Yusuf Maart, have been linked to reports of interest from the club.
Even if one of the rumored targets isn't for sale, the head coach may not be. According to coach MacDonald Makhubedu, the club has no intentions to release Yusuf Maart, but he feels the player is committed to the team and will not go.
In the club, the boy enjoys himself because I am always nearby. We're keeping an eye on him because I haven't heard of any other teams interested in him. "We don't expect him to leave because he has been loyal to the club for a long time now," Makhubedu said to the media.
Makhubedu claimed that the club and coach have no intention of selling any of its players and will not be focusing too much on the transfer window in the upcoming months. Both parties are also taking care of Yusuf Maart. In terms of the team we've assembled, I think we're extremely happy with it. To my knowledge, we will not be making any adjustments to our current group of players.
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