One of Kaizer Chiefs' foreign players has fallen out of favor with the club and is expected to be sold.
Before the start of the new season, Amakhosi are anticipated to add a few new players.
The team has already made a few fresh acquisitions as they prepare for the upcoming season.
However, some of Amakhosi's players are anticipated to be released to make room for the incoming newcomers.
Under Stuart Baxter's guidance, the player last played for Amakhosi in November of last year.
Last season, he was a regular in Gavin Hunt's lineup until he was fired.
Amakhosi are reportedly looking to offload the player, according to reports. Arthur Zwane is reportedly not interested in keeping the player.
Zwane has not used the player.
No matter how long Zwane was in charge, he didn't even play a minute of football last year until Hunt was replaced.
In the 47 games he has played for Chiefs since arriving from Zesco United, the player has netted two goals.
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