Kaizer Chiefs did not leave up to expectations in the 2021/22 season, under coach Stuart Baxter who now has been dismissed. Are expected make a number of signings, in preparations of next season.
The club has already been linked with a number of high quality players. One of them is Sekhukhune United player Yusurf Maart, who the club has been monitoring throughout the current season with other suitors also monitoring him closely.
The 26-year-old has been one of the outstanding performers in Sekhukhune first season in the DSTV Premieship. He has made 27 league appearances for the club and his consistency, has been rewarded with call-ups to Bafana Bafana by Hugo Broos.
Maart came through Orlando Pirates development structures, but struggled to established himself when he was promoted to the first team. Eventually leaving the club to look for regular game time, he has managed to establish himself at Sekhukhune United.
According to Soccer-laduma Amakhosi have tabled an offer to Sekhukhune United, with chances of it being accepted very high. As things look promising and an announcement is expected to be made at the end of the current season.
Amakhosi are expected to Amazulu player Siyethemba Sithebe and Zitha Kwinika from Stellenbosch FC at the end of the season as their players. The club is also expected to release a number of their players after a disappointing season.
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