Kaizer Chiefs have been one of the busiest teams in the transfer market as they're recruiting some incredible players that are trusted with reclaiming the glory at Naturena. At the same time one would feel that Amakhosi haven't quite revamped all their departments and it's something that they'll have to do it quickly this month. Just before the start of the new campaign, since the players need to have a proper pre-season and get to know each other better. Chiefs have had a major issue upfront when it comes to scoring goals and that's something that the club's management have to fix.
Already, Amakhosi have signed Ashley du Preez from Stellenbosch FC and they'll have an upper hand when it comes to the pace and skills upfront. However, he cannot do it on his own as he needs more help as an attacker. According to reports, Chiefs can look at bringing the services of Royal AM star Victor Letsoalo, Mamelodi Sundowns fringe attacker Sibusiso Vilakazi and Pyramids FC on-form striker Fagrie Lakay. Looking at this trio, Chiefs doesn't have to groom or work harder to get them ready to perform at Naturena as they're well aware of what's needed in the DStv Premiership.
Chiefs doesn't have to sign all of them, as they won't come cheap, but they can at least get two more strikers. Which will work with Khama Billiat and Keagan Dolly. By the looks of things, the Glamour Boys could have a deadly attack as long as they recruit superb strikers.
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