The Kaizer Chiefs football club has been highly active both throughout the off-season and during the current transfer window as they move quickly to assemble a new team and ensure that their players benefit the most from playing in the top division of football.
In preparation for the 2022–23 season, the Soweto giants released twelve players and signed eight new players. However, based on appearances, Chiefs should still be making signings as the club is rumored to have serious interest in a few talented local players.
During the previous season, Chiefs also had players out on loan, and two of those players will be sent back as preseason approaches.
According to a reliable source, Darrel Matsheke and Lebohang Lesako, who played for Uthongathi FC in the GladAfrica Championship during the 2021–2022 season, have both signed loan agreements to play for S. Moroka Swallows FC the following year.
"Darrel Matsheke is being loaned to the Swallows. The deal is finalized, and the player will soon start playing for his new team, according to the source.
"He and Lesako are both relocating to Swallows. Both players will remain with Swallows for the remainder of the current campaign. Both parties are receiving loans from the Chiefs, the insider continued.
Moroka Swallows FC provided three of Kaizer Chiefs' new additions, and it is hardly surprising that Swallows would upgrade after losing.
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