Kaizer Chiefs are rumored to be close to signing a star player to a three-year contract.
Football club Kaizer Chiefs reportedly signed a highly sought-after Bafana Bafana midfielder before the 2022/23 season. The club and player have settled on a three-year contract with a mutually agreeable salary and other terms.
Arthur Zwane has been hired as the head coach of the Kaizer Chiefs, and Dillon Sheppard has been named his assistant. After winning over 50 trophies in the past, the team has gone seven seasons without one.
Chiefs landed several big names in the form of Ashley Du Preez, Zitha Kwinika, and Siyethemba Sithebe. Rumors also circulated that Swallows players Dillon and Kamohelo would be interested in making the switch.
According to rumors, the Chiefs were also interested in Cape Town City FC defender Terrence Mashego. The most recent reported deal is Yusuf Maart's move from Sekhukhune United. It has been confirmed by a club insider that Maart has signed a three-year contract with a two-year extension option.
In spite of the fact that the deal was supposed to be finalized in May, the clubs and the player got together to iron out the specifics and talk about the player's individual needs. This contract is set to expire in 2025, but the athlete has the option to extend it until 2027.
When asked to join the team, Yusuf Maart agreed, the storyteller recounts (Chiefs). After much negotiation, the Chiefs were successful in convincing Sekhukhune to allow them to retain the player, and the agreement is now finalized.
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