Yusuf Maart of Sekhukhune United has been identified as a likely expansion to Chiefs in the coming year, according to the Siya team.
The former Orlando Pirates development member failed to make an impact with the Buccaneers, but he has since resurrected his career with the top-flight rookies, securing himself a spot in the Bafana setup while attracting the attention of some of Mzansi's finest scouts.
Due to the Naturena-based side's interest in the player, reports have revealed that DStv Premiership champions Masandawana have also expressed an interest in the 26-year-old.
The Chloorkop-based club is said to have a financial advantage against Amakhosi in the race for the player's signature.
Regardless, experts claim that it is still unclear whether Babina Noko will leave behind one of the club's key players at this point.
Maart captained Sekhukhune to the GladAfrica Championship championship and has been a regular in Hugo Broos' new-look Bafana side, with what appears to be a shift to one of the PSL's powerhouses on the horizon.
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