Kaizer Chiefs Football Club have been linked with no less than 20 players ever since the transfer window opened.
Everyday ever since the window amakhosi are linked with a new player or are rumoured to have signed a new player,up to so far only six players have joined the Naturena based club namely Phathutshedzo Nange,Brandon Peterson,Kgaogelo Sekgota,Njabulo Ngcobo,Sbusiso Mabiliso and Sfiso Hlanti while Given Thibedi returned from the a two year loan spell at Swallows Fc.
What is troubling for Amakhosi supporters and faithful is that this supposed targets are either on the move to somewhere else or they extend their stays at their clubs,as it is rumoured that Sundowns duo of Keletso Makgalwa and Promise Mkhuma will be loaned to Sekhukhune United.
Striking a blow to Chiefs ambitions of adding young talent to their squad.
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