There will definitely be new faces at Naturena in July,Kaizer Chiefs two years transfer suspension is set to expire in July this year,Amakhosi will be able to participate in the transfer of the players and bid for the players of their choice like any other teams.
Gavin Hunt in an interview with Siya crew,when asked about the transfer window that Chiefs will be able to participate in since his arrival,he said there are players which their contracts are coming to an end in june/july,though he didn't mention the names,he assured the media that there will be players released without demamding the transfer fees.When asked about who would he like to bring to amakhosi,he said his list is longer than his arm and things will be done in a structured style.
He went on to say they will be more careful as a team,to purchase the players in a proper way to avoid the future suspensions like the one the team is going through right now.
It has been reported that Itumeleng Khune and Willard Katsande's contracts are amongst those that are expiring soon.Do you think It would be wise for Kaizer Chiefs to do away with Katsande and Khune?
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