Kaizer Chiefs have already made a whopping seven new signings this season but it seems the. Soweto giants are not finished shopping in the transfer market.
The latest Amakhosi transfer news have been suggesting that the club is looking for reinforcements in the number 10 department, a playmaker capable of transitioning from defense to attack and also good in tight spaces, as well as having an eye for assisting.
It has come to light, however, that Amakhosi were also looking into acquiring the services of Bosnian and Herzegovina defender Djordge Cosic.
It is understood that Chiefs were initially interested in bringing the Bosnian to the DSTV Premiership and the club went as far as talking about the possible figures and logistics of having to get their man's signature.
It appears that the Amakhosi board have changed their minds, however, as the recent signings of Njabulo Ncgobo and Austin Dube have convinced the club they're covered in the defense department. The appointment of Stuart Baxter as the new coach as played its role.
The left-footed defender is a utility player, having experience in both the center back and right back positions. At the moment, he is playing for Bosnia and Herzegovina Champions FK Borac Banja Luka.
There were also rumours that Mamelodi Sundowns were also said to be interested in the defender, but they were never verified.
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