Soweto Giants Kaizer Chiefs is a club in South African football that is slowly but steadily building a reputation for signing former Mamelodi Sundowns players. In recent years, Kaizer Chiefs have added Khama Billiat, Leonardo Castro, Keagan Dolly, and Ramahlwe Mphahlele, all of whom were originally on the books of Mamelodi Sundowns during the club's prosperous era.
And now they're all at Kaizer Chiefs, where they haven't had as much success as they had with Mamelodi Sundowns a few seasons ago.
One of the reasons why Kaizer Chiefs can afford to buy players from Mamelodi Sundowns is because the Glamour Boys have the financial means to do so.to pay their astronomically exorbitant salaries In addition, Kaizer Chiefs have been widely connected with a transfer for current Mamelodi Sundowns star midfielder Sibusiso Vilakazi, who has spent the majority of this season on the bench.
Kaizer Motaung Jnr, the current Kaizer Chiefs sporting director, has poured cold water on any potential deal for Sibusiso Vilakazi, confirming that the club will not make a move for the midfielder.
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