News reaching the media are that Kaizer Chiefs Football Club could part ways with at least three more players before the June transfer window closes.
According to The South African, Amakhosi could offload yet more players during this transfer window as they are looking to rebuild the club.
One of the players who is believed that he could still leave the club is the long serving Eric Mathoho. The former Bloemfontein Celtic is yet to make it at least on the matchday squad this season.
The 32-year old defender last made an appearance on the 19th of March this year when Amakhosi took on Lamontville Golden Arrows.
Another player who could be set to leave the club is Happy Mashiane. The Kaizer Chiefs Football Club winger has been an unused substitute this season.
The 24-year old has been battling with injuries, which has forced the player to spend most of last season in the side line.
The third player who could leave Amakhosi is Siyabonga Ngezana. Despite being a regular starter at Amakhosi, the club could consider offloading the player after an unconvincing performance against Mamelodi Sundowns.
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