Chiefs are set to sign one more THREE players in the following couple of long stretches of time.
CHIEFS NEXT THREE SIGNINGS HINTED AT IN CRYPTIC CLUES
The subtleties of Amakhosi's next THREE players have been uncovered.
Kaizer Motaung, Arthur Zwane and Dillon Sheppard will sign another three aggressors. These are the signs we have from Naturena up until this point…
Two of these men have never highlighted in the DStv Premiership and one of the players has not been connected to Chiefs yet.
One of their future players is non-African. While one of these signings is a free specialist while an exchange expense should be paid for the other, as indicated by KickOff.
These are the hints we have regarding who will be coming to Naturena next.
Their is likewise a high chance that one of these men will be revealed for the current week.
Remain tuned toward The South African to figure out who these players are when they are marked or reported.
Do you assume you know who these three men are?
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