Going into the June 2022 transfer window market Kaizer Chiefs Football Club was expected to make changes to their squad that their fans have been calling for since 2018, as the club's Sporting Director, Kaizer Motaung Jnr promised the fans that they will be changes going forward.
The changes saw the club hire their former player and reserve team head coach, Arthur Zwane as the club's senior team head coach for the next three seasons and he will be assisted by former Mamelodi Sundowns Football Club left fullback, Dillion Sheppard also for the next three seasons.
The duo alongside Motaung Jnr wasted no time making more changes as they decided to show 11 players and goalkeeper coach, Lee Baxter the exit door, while Agay Akumu was transfer listed.
This meant the club had to go hard into the transfer window market and they brought in seven new players and promoted Mduduzi Shabalala from their reserve side, but the club seems to have not done signing new players as the club's marketing director, Jessica Motaung promised fans.
The latest player to be linked with a move to Naturena is Mamelodi Sundowns Football Club's central middlefielder, Siphelele Mkhulise who is said to be looking to move away from Chloorkop in persuade of game time.
And his move to Phefeni may happen soon, as according to The KosiBay News Chiefs' head coach, Zwane has asked the club's hierarchy to sign the 26-year-old from Sundowns.
As much as Mkhulise is a good versatile player I don't think he is the right player for Chiefs, as Amakhosi have more than four central middlefielders who in my opinion are better than the Sundowns star.
Yes, I think he should move away from Sundowns but Chiefs is not the club for him, and should he move to Naturena he will continue to suffer.
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