It is without any doubt that Kaizer Chiefs are the center of attention these days.The active transfer market for 2022/2023 season has seen them taking every player that is up for grabs in the market.
It has been noted that nothing seems to be standing in their way now,unlike in previous years where they lost the competition to their arch rivals in the market.
We look at the next possible signings for Amakhosi.The club supporters are going to be pleased with the names that are written here.
Kaizer Chiefs are interested in the services of these three exciting players:
1.Kabamelo Kodisang from SC Braga
2.Bongani Zungu from Aminiens
3.Pule Mmodi from Golden Arrows
A well respected transfer agent Mike Makaab has made a hint that there's still a possibility for Amakhosi to get Kodisang from SC Braga.
"I've opened discussion with Chiefs on both that player and the player at Swallows and the player that is in Portugal that we've all spoken about"Maakab stated on iDiskitimes.
It can be difficult for the supporters to choose if they were to sacrifice two and take one as these players are all quality that is needed at Naturena.
Note this#we are not saying that they have signed for the club but it the players that Chiefs has shown interest on.
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