Kaizer Chiefs have been busy in the transfer market as they want to have a stronger squad to challenge for the trophies next season. There's still a chance of Chiefs getting more quality signings since they've went through their squad overhaul. Which was a give away that they're going to have a revamped team which depth. Now, according to Soccer Laduma's secret agent, there's something that Amakhosi needs to do in the transfer market which will work on their favour if they do it correctly. This is just a matter of Chiefs utilising their options available to them and also, pushing the boundaries to get required players.
The Glamour Boys have already signed numerous players that across different departments such as Zitha Kwinika, Yusuf Maart and Ashley du Preez, amongst others. What Chiefs have done well is to recruit local talent as they do believe in the South African players and they want them to excel at Naturena. “Locally, Chiefs have done all they could in terms of player recruitment. They have brought in a number of top players from local clubs and have spent decent money to rebuild their squad," the secret agent informed Soccer Laduma crew.
According to the secret agent, Amakhosi need to utilise their foreign players quota well as that will allow them an opportunity to sign new on-form players in other leagues abroad. Chiefs did release their foreign international players. “However, if you look at the team’s foreign policy, they have started on a clean slate and have all five of their foreign slots available, which could open the door for Chiefs to go out and get a formidable number nine," said the secret agent speaking to Soccer Laduma.
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