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After Twelve Exits In The Squad, Lists Of 17 Stars Kazier Chiefs Could Still Sign

It is clear that Kaizer Chiefs will not sign 17 additional players. Any club should have a lengthy list because, on average, only half of the aims on your list will be attained. 

Eight new players have been acquired by the team thus far, while 12 Naturena players have left the club. 

To surpass Mamelodi Sundowns as the top club in the country, more business development is required. 


So why aim for more than 17? Well, closing new agreements depends on important factors like the initial approach, a player's contract or freedom from his current club, the fee request, age, and competition from other potential suitors. 

Because of the aforementioned variables, Amakhosi is linked to 17 players even if they could ultimately sign eight or completely different players from the list below. 

Here are the remaining 17 targets who might start the upcoming season sporting Chiefs tracksuits. 

Left back Ndabayithethwa Ndlondlo, 26, Marumo Gallants, Center midfielder Terrence Mashego, 26, Central defender Bongani Zungu, 29, Central defender Luke Fleurs, 22, SuperSport United, Right back Victor Letsoalo, 29, Royal AM, Striker Rushwin Dortley, 19, Cape Town Spurs, Center defender Oula Abass Traore, 26, Center defender Luke Fleurs, 22, Center defender Luke 

Asante Kotoko (Ghana) striker Frank Etouga, 20. 


Ramahlwe Mphahlele, the goalkeeper, was replaced, and Siphosakhe Ntiya-Ntiya, the left back, was in need of replacement. Daniel Akpeyi. 

Kearyn Baccus, a central midfielder, was replaced by Daniel Cardoso, a central defender. Anthony Agay, a central midfielder, needs to be replaced. 

Lebogang Manyama replaced Dumisani Zuma, the attacking midfielder; Lazarous Kambole, the forward; Bernard Parker, the midfielder/forward; Leonardo Castro, the forward; and Samir Nurkovic, the striker; all of whom needed to be replaced.

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