It I'll be an interesting transfer window ahead as pundits will be in suspense to see how Kaizer Chiefs will do as they are probably the one side that will be most eager to make significant transfers for next season.
Having being linked with a number of player, for most part of the time, they were linked with former Orlando Pirates player Yusuf Maart and they are believed to be ready to splash R4 Million for the midfielder.
Indications are that Chiefs will have to pay more than the R4. 2 million which he is valued at, this because he has a contract that runs up to 2023 at Sekhukhune and they will have to buy him off.
Maart is on Chiefs, Kaizer Motaung, Arthur Zwane and Dillon Sheppards agenda.However, if they secure the services of Maart, he would become their first official Bafana Bafana signing this season. Maart brings composure to the midfield and he could link up with the likes of Cole Alexander and Phathutshedzo Nange.
It remains interesting to see if Maart will end up joining the Glamour Boys from Sekhukhune or whether they will not be keen on the asking price. Zitha Kwiniki of Stellenbosch and Siyethemba Sithebe are the ones who have been confirmed to be already on their way to Chiefs.
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