(Source: Twitter.com - @superjourno)
Kaizer Chiefs are currently busy with different negotiations in their transfer wishlist. Even though the transfer season will commence at the beginning of July, but it doesn't stop Amakhosi from securing deals that will benefit the club moving forward. The aim is to have enough key players that will perform accordingly under the leadership of Arthur Zwane and Dillon Sheppard at Naturena. It's just a matter of time before Chiefs concludes the signing of Stellenbosch FC star Ashley du Preez who has trouble numerous teams in the Premier Soccer League (PSL). All thanks to his pace and amazing football techniques that gives defenders nightmares.
Chiefs have been long-time admires of Du Preez as it was even believed that they were trying to secure a move in the previous January transfer window. However, nothing materialise from that as Stellies stated that they want him to remain behind within the Cape Winelands-outfits. At the same time every club can release their key player for the right amount. By the looks of things Stellies might be on the verge of doing that as their attacker is closing on his deal to Naturena. "🚨 Chiefs and Stellenbosch have agreed a cash deal for young Ashley Du Preez to move to Naturena," wrote @superjourno on Twitter.
What has shocked most fans is that Amakhosi have decided to do cash transactions. Rather than getting free agents to move the Soweto giants. Nevertheless, if Chiefs complete Du Preez move then it would interesting how Zwane will use him upfront.
@MacMankge said, "He's better than shalulile❤."
@thwanemoemedi said, "chiefs never does cash transactions, this will be new!!"
@sydneygxekwa2 said, "I'm not a Chiefs supporter but I'm very happy for them. No more excuses now. They must compete.😂"
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