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Chiefs set to finalize the Signing of a Deadly player

It has been revealed that the future of a Kaizer Chiefs defender, who has been placed on the club's transfer list, is in doubt, according to his representative.

As Siphosakhe Ntiya-Ntiya has been placed on the transfer list by his former club Amakhosi, the left back continues to play for Naturena's first squad while the club waits for any potential bids.

While training with the Amakhosi, Ntiya-Ntiya has the opportunity to impress the club's technical team and, if successful, could be removed from the transfer list. However, the task will be difficult for the 24-year-old after the club signed two left backs in Sifiso Hlanti and Sibusiso Mabiliso, as well as Reeve Frosler, who can also play in that position.

According to Jazzman Mahlakgane, the left back's agent, the player has a contract with the club that runs through 2024, and discussions are now taking place with the club about his future, though it is unclear whether any offers have been made to him in regards to the left back.

The author, Mahlakgane, claims "Remember that I have a contract with the Chiefs until 2024, so the decision to leave is not entirely on my shoulders, unless they indicate they are cancelling my contract, in which case it would be. However, we are currently in discussions with the club over the player's long-term future, and we will see what comes of it."

Being placed on a transfer list is not the end of the world; rather, it is more about the position that you still hold at the club, and you will just have to work harder as a result of your placement on the list. Even though I've witnessed players being removed from the transfer list, it's too soon to guess about their futures.

Source; https://www.soccerladuma.co.za/news/articles/local/categories/kaizer-chiefs/not-the-end-of-the-world-for-transfer-listed-kaizer-chiefs-player/703567

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