Source : https://www.citizen.co.za/sport/soccer/local-soccer/mgosi/2975231/chiefs-working-around-the-clock-to-wrap-up-sithebe-deal/
Kaizer Chiefs is working around the clock to secure a player from AmaZulu. They are looking into AmaZulu to release player Siyethemba Sithebe but, he has been rumoured to have signed with another team called Naturena.
Siyethemba is the most wanted player this season and teams lined up during the window period to sign him but, Kaizer Chiefs beat them to it. Teams like Pirates and Supersport United wanted Siyethemba as well. Kaizer Chief may announce his capture this week. Kaizer Chiefs is working with their legal team so that Siyethemba can be released early from his duties at AmaZulu so that he can start training with the others.
The former Chippa United goal-minder is coming the later stages of his spell with Amakhosi with his contract ending in June, giving him the right to talk to any potential club in January but the Chiefs management has managed to stop that by speaking to him.
Kaizer Chiefs has also rumoured to have extended Daniel Akpeyi’s contract, and they have agreed in terms of payment and the keeper is happy about the renumeration.
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