Kaizer Chiefs have passed up one of their top focuses in the club redesign with Stellenbosch figuring out how to avoid the interest of the men from Naturena.
Stellies have proactively lost two players to Chiefs in Zitha Kwinika and Ashley Du Preez, yet were determined on not losing a third player to Amakhosi.
In any case, word arriving at the group's work area is that Stellies need to clutch the Bafana celebrity and thus, have secured him to another drawn out agreement, diverting Chiefs' advantage in the Springs-conceived safeguard.
Having lost Kwinika, Alan Robertson and Robyn Johannes, mentor Steve Barker's side have been left flimsy with regards to focus back choices and were naturally quick to clutch probably their best entertainer in the last mission.
Mcaba showed up for the Cape winelands outfit this season and was remembered for mentor Hugo Broos' Bafana group who fought against Guinea and France back in March.
He is likewise named for the PSL Young Player of the Year grant close by Kwame Peprah and Luke Fleurs.
Source link: https://www.soccerladuma.co.za/news/articles/local/categories/kaizer-chiefs/stellies-deflect-chiefs-interest-in-transfer-target/718039
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