(Source: Twitter.com - @SABC_Sport)
Kaizer Chiefs is believed to be working on releasing players that they feel will not be part of the club's future. With the recent confirmation that Arthur Zwane is their head coach and will be assisted by Dillon Sheppard, now this makes everything looks interesting and it's obvious that the Soweto giants will be looking at bringing younger players at Naturena. As they've been working closely with the Chiefs reserve team which is currently coach by Vela Khumalo. However, a few seasons back it led by Zwane as he has built a special bond with players at Naturena.
It would be impressive for the new technical team to bring starlet to the senior club. At the same time, there's about ten players that face uncertainty at Naturena. As Amakhosi are on a verge of going through some transformation that's meant to help better everyone attached to the club. Unfortunately, some stars will have to start securing their new employment elsewhere as it seems like they're on the unwanted list. It's given that Zwane and company will look at letting go over veteran players such as Bernard Parker, Eric Mathoho, Daniel Cardoso, Ramahlwe Mphahlele and even Lebogang Manyama. "Between eight to 10 players could be released or placed on transfer at Kaizer Chiefs as early as this week, as the club looks to start the process of overhauling their squad," wrote @SABC_Sport on Twitter.
Even though that's just a predicted list, Chiefs will confirm the players that they've decided to not renew their contract. According to reports, Dumsani Zuma, Kearyn Baccus, Agay Akumu, Lazarous Kambole and Leonardo Castro might be on their way out of Naturena too.
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