Kaizer Chiefs might have done well in redesiging their crew and getting practically the entirety of their objectives yet there is one player they may not sign.
Cele has for quite some time been on the Amakhosi radar, yet they have themselves to fault for not getting his administrations when he was as yet a free specialist.
Also, this was after Cele's agreement with previous club Cova de Piedada had terminated however at that point, Stuart Baxter apparently didn't see the need to sign him.
Presently, Cele's representative Hélio Martins has uncovered the player is focused on having a great pre-season and leaving his imprint at Radomiak.
Martins, in any case, affirmed that there had been talks among Chiefs and Radomiak over Cele yet the two clubs had not settled on something worth agreeing on.
KAIZER CHIEFS MAY MISS OUT ON SIGNING THABO CELE
"Thabo is focused on having a phenomenal pre-season and beginning solid for next season. We realize that the market closes later yet right now he is centered around Radomiak," Martins told SABC Sport.
"There was interest from Kaizer Chiefs, an incredible club, yet a comprehension between the gatherings has not yet been imaginable."
Cele would have perhaps been Amakhosi's NINTH marking in this move window as the Soweto monsters have proactively gotten eight new players.
Furthermore, those players are Yusuf Maart, Kamohelo Mahlatsi, Dillon Solomons, Siyethemba Sithebe, Zitha Kwinika, Ashley du Preez, George Matlou, and Mduduzi Shabalala.
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