At the moment a serious squad overhaul is taking place at Kaizer Chiefs Football Club.
With already 7 confirmed signings at the club and more expected to come Chiefs management will be looking to offload some players to open up space for new recruits,while some's contracts are coming to an end at the end of the month and could leave for free management have to find a way to let go of contracted players they feel don't meet the requirements at the club.
Having brought in two left full backs Sbusiso Mabiliso and Sfiso Hlanti Chiefs management have to find a way to cut the down the number at that position as it already has three more players Philani Zulu,Siphosakhe Ntiya-Ntiya and Yagan Sasman,with that said it is believed and rumoured that Sasman will join Swallows Fc on loan as a way for Chiefs to offload in that position.
But even still they still need to reduce the number at that position.
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