Life at Kaizer Chiefs Football Club for fringe players and players coming from the club's development has been lived on the edge of not hard ever since new signings arrived at Naturena.
The likes of Given Thibedi,Willard Katsande,Yagan Sasman,Philani Zulu and Kgotso Moleko have already left the club while the duo of Siphosakhe Ntiya-Ntiya and Lazarous Kambole are transfer listed and the development graduates whose ages don't qualify them to play in the reserve league anymore faces an exit at Naturena.
With the club rumoured to be looking to let up to six players leave before the transfer window closes on Tuesday midnight,who are the players likely to leave?Here are some of the few we think could leave.
Lazarous Kambole and Siphosakhe Ntiya-Ntiya are almost sure guranteed that they will leave the club given that are transfer listed,while development graduates of Thabo Mokwena,Lebogang Lesako,Keletso Sifama and Sabelo Radebe are likely to leave as well either on loan or permanent.
Which six players do you think they will leave Chiefs?Leave your thoughts below.
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