The Kaizer Chiefs family together with their large number of supporters will be delighted to know that their long and draining transfer ban which prevented them from registering new players to the club has come to an end. As from the July 2021 transfer window, Kaizer Chiefs will be able to buy and register new players to the club from other teams.
Kaizer Chiefs have few targets already as they are set to battle with rivals Orlando Pirates for the signature of Swallows FC Skipper Njabulo Ngcobo also known as "Road Block" at the end of the season.
Amakhosi will not waste time putting scouts out there as they are focused on rebuilding a strong team that can challenge for the DSTV premiership tittle next season, for this season everyone can agree that they are out of the race. They can turn their attention to CAF football if they are still determined to win any Gold this season.
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