Kaizer Chiefs and Swallows FC are on the edge of finalising a double-loan deal for Darrel Matsheke and Lebohang Lesako from the Glamour Boys.
These youngsters are Kaizer Chiefs Development graduates who have spent last season on loan at First Division, Matsheke is a 23-year-old while 22-year-old Lesako. These two youngsters are set on a loan deal to Swallows where they are guaranteed a game time, Swallows are set for a mass exodus opening their doors for the Chiefs duo.
Swallows had a season to forget as they escaped relegation by the last moment. The two youngsters will fit like a glove in the new youthful Swallows FC.
"Nothing is set in stone but it’s almost a done deal and just a matter of final agreements before an official announcement is made so that the boys can get started," - KickOff Source
There has been a numerous exchange between these two Soweto based teams in the past, their partnership started bearing fruits in 2020/21 season where the likes of Njabulo Ngcobo, Dillan Solomons, Kamohelo Mahlatsi and more players crossed the floor from Swallows to Kaizer Chiefs
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