Kaizer Chiefs were unable to strengthen their squad for the 2020/21 as they were banned FIFA for two-window transfer after being found guilty of signing Andriamirado Andrianarimanana without permission. From 1 July, Chiefs will be allowed to sign new players and they are already leading a race sign one of the highly-rated defender in the Premier Soccer League (PSL) Njabulo Ngcobo.
Ngcobo, who currently plays for the high-flying Swallows FC, has already been nominated by the pundits to be the defender of the season. Chiefs are reportedly to be the favourites in race to acquire his services.
Chiefs have a good relationship with Swallows and they (Swallows) have indicated that they won't mind to lose their top defender to Chiefs. Amakhosi have loaned some of their players to Swallows when they were struggling.
Amakhosi defence is leaking goals every week and they should make sure that they get his services, so that he can marshall that defence.
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