In the DStv Premiership League alone there was over 100 new signings in the transfer window. It has been the busiest transfer window we have ever seen. Although there are still free agents that can be signed by clubs in need of their services. It will not come as a surprise to see few free agents making moves to some teams during this international break. There are few free agents linked with moves to big clubs. The high profile free agents you would have thought they will be signed by now. It seems like the pandemic has affected clubs financially and it is difficult to land signings.
Kaizer Chiefs has been reported to be after 24-year-old Thabo Cele. The midfielder has never played in the Premier Soccer League. The only experience he has is playing at the academy level in South Africa. He has spent almost all his career playing at Portugal. He has also been linked with a move to Maritzburg United but nothing materialized. Do you think Kaizer Chiefs will land the player. Comment below, share and hit the like button please.
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