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Ex-Chiefs star set to be a transfer target soon? Check him out

Ex-Chiefs star set to be a transfer target soon?

Date: 15/03/2022

Former Kaizer Chiefs midfielder Siphelele Ntshangase has been a great player for Kaizer Chiefs until his time run out with the club last season as the club released him with a number of other players. He's been excelling in his role at Chiefs but not with his current club. Ntshangase is currently playing for Marumo Gallants in the DStv Premiership but has not featured as much as he would've liked to.

At Marumo Gallants, Siphelele Ntshangase only made three appearances, and the only good thing that came from that three matches was the one goal he scored. His performances in the three matches was of quality, but the club has been starving him of game-time which is a great concern for the player as his future is currently in doubt.

If Ntshangase could score one goal in three matches, calculating the 20 plus matches Gallants played this season, he could've scored more then a handful of goals for the club should he have been granted the game-time a player long to play.

According to previous reports by the club's assistant coach Raymond Mdaka, Ntshangase's absence and lack of game-time could be because of the thriving competition in the same position Ntshangase play in.

The lack of game-time raises concern, and this could mean that Siphelele Ntshangase could soon be a free agent as the club might release him since they not using his expertise on the pitch.

Ntshangase could soon become a transfer targets for clubs who would like to strengthen their squads without having to spend the cash for new players. Free agents is far more affordable then other players who are still in contract and Ntshangase should he become a free agent will probably find a new club in the next window if Gallants do let him go.

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