James Kotei and Arohasina ‘Dax' Andrianarimanana, both former Kaizer Chiefs midfielders, have signed new contracts.
Kaizer Chiefs signed Ghanaian midfielder Kotei from Simba SC in 2019, but he was released before he could make his professional debut for the Glamour Boys.
Since parting ties with Belarusian side Slavia Mozyr in 2020, the former Amakhosi midfielder had been without a club.
Kotei has since finally found a new club after being signed by Omani side Sohar FC. Arohasina ‘Dax’ Andrianarimanana, who many will remember from Kaizer Chiefs’ lengthy transfer embargo, has returned back to Fosa Juniors in Madagascar.
Fosa is the same club that went to court against Amakhosi in 2018 for the signing of ‘Dax.' Fifa slapped Chiefs a two-window ban after it was revealed that the Malagasy midfielder was still under contract with Fosa when he signed for the Amakhosi.
Meanwhile, South Africa Under-23 star Thabo Cele, a Kaizer Chiefs midfield target, is on the verge of joining a new squad in Poland.
Despite the fact that the Amakhosi were his first choice in South Africa, he is allegedly close to accepting a contract in Europe.
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