Reports: Have Kaizer Chiefs spent over R15 million so far?
Following the acquisition of players that are out of control, Kaizer Chiefs were once known as a free agent team. After they signed six stars for more than R15 million, it appears things has changed.
This indicates that Amakhosi is working hard to develop their team because they want to have players that are already excelling in the DStv Premiership. players with a strong recent performance history who are regarded as important stars at their clubs. When it comes to recruiting players, Chiefs management has collaborated with Arthur Zwane and his technical group. It's obvious that Chiefs means business after the squad revamp because they've brought in new players who are anticipated to fit in like a glove to blend in perfectly under Zwane's direction. The Chiefs aspirants have been happy that Amakhosi has chosen to go with six players and no free agents, and they can't stop mentioning this in their jokes. For their new hire at Naturena, the Soweto giants visited many DStv Premiership teams, including Swallows FC, Stellenbosch FC, and Sekhukhune United. The Chiefs announced their new players in the last few days as a result of some lucrative deals they were able to arrange that were successful. As Ashley du Preez was linked to other teams and Stellenbosch could have simply let him go elsewhere, it must be noted that Amakhosi invested R10 million on him. The Glamour Boys further spent R5 million and spent R3 million on Zitha Kwinika and R5 million on Yusuf Maart. The price tags for the Swallows group's Dillan Solomons, Kamohelo Mahlatsi, and Lehlohonolo Matlou are still unknown.
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