In the January transfer window, Kaizer Chiefs were linked with a number of players, although most of them are long-term objectives as little interest has surfaced in the current open transfer window. As they attempt to reinforce with a striker, Kaizer Chiefs have been linked with Teboho Mokoena, Sipho Mbule, Victor Letsoalo, and Siyethemba Sithebe as their top reported targets in the current transfer window, with Abubeker Nassir being their lone reported foreign target.
Although the team is looking for a striker, with Nassir and Letsoalo being prospective candidates, they also want to sign a midfielder, with Teboho Mokoena and Sipho Mbule being suggested as ideal candidates. Sipho Mbule, unfortunately for Kaizer Chiefs, may not be available to sign since SuperSport United is thought to be planning a meeting with the player's representative to discuss keeping him at the club, as they may exercise the option in his contract.
Sipho Mbule has been linked with a move to Kaizer Chiefs, while Mamelodi Sundowns is also thought to be interested in the Bafana Bafana player. With only six months left on his current contract with SuperSport United and many clubs interested in his skills as a talented footballer, the club could exercise the one-year option on his contract and keep him on until June 2023, avoiding losing him to the reported interested clubs on a free transfer.
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