Why Chiefs will miss out on reported player target
Rushwin Dortley, who is off to Europe, won't be one of the significant acquisitions made by Kaizer Chiefs. Rushwin Dortley, a talented center defender for Cape Town Spurs, has reportedly been targeted by Kaizer Chiefs for a move ahead of the 2019–20 campaign. One source claims that Amakhosi started formal negotiations with the Cape club and that both parties were eager to sign the 20-year-old player until European interest caused the parties to halt their talks.
Paul Mitchell, the player's agent, has since verified to Soccer Laduma that the player will in fact be traveling abroad.
Yes, Rushwin is traveling to Europe; we are just working to make the appropriate logistical and visa arrangements. It's a wonderful chance He has had local and worldwide interest from other nations, but we have chosen to move forward with this opportunity because we believe it will be excellent for him.
CHIEFS HAVE SUCCESSFULLY SIGNALED OTHER PACKAGES.
Chiefs have boosted their roster by five players with the addition of Dillan Solomons, Kamohelo Mahlatsi, and Lehlogonolo as the team gets ready for the 2022–23 season. The Glamour Boys' quest for success will be aided by the addition of George Matlou from Swallows FC, Siyethemba Sithebe from AmaZulu, and Mduduzi Shabalala, who has been officially promoted from the Chiefs Reserve team. Ashley Du Preez and Zitha Kwinika's contracts for the following three years were already signed by Chiefs management and the technical staff has been working hard to try to find players that will fit into the system and, perhaps, bring DStv Premiership success in the upcoming season.
Additionally, it was made public on Tuesday night that Yusuf Maart had been signed by Kaizer Chiefs to a three-year contract with a two-year option.
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