Kaizer Chiefs are set to offload one of their international stars who fell out of favour with the club.
Amakhosi are expected to make a couple of new signings before the beginning of the new season.
The club have already secured a couple of new signings as they are preparing for next season.
However Amakhosi are also expected to release some of their players to make space for the new arrivals.
According to reports the club is considering to release the Kenyan International midfielder Anthony "Teddy" Akumu who has seen very little game time in 2021/22 season.
The player last featured for Amakhosi last year in November under the leadership of Stuart Baxter.
He was also used regularly by Gavin Hunt last season until his sacking.
Reports suggest that the player is not in Arthur Zwane's plans for next season and Amakhosi will be looking to offload him.
The player has not featured under Zwane.
Even last season when Zwane took over the reigns following the departure of Hunt the player did not feature.
Since joining Amakhosi from Zesco United the player has 47 appearances with two goals for Chiefs.
Source: Kickoff Magazine
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