As Zwane leads the new revolution, a Chiefs veteran will follow Baccus out the door.
Following the announcement that midfielder Kearyn Baccus is poised to leave Kaizer Chiefs, the club appears to be on the verge of parting ways with a striker who has struggled to find the back of the net.
Following the confirmation of Arthur Zwane's appointment as head coach for a three-year period, Amakhosi intend to make changes to the roster, which will effect some of the team's more experienced players.
The Siya team has been made to believe that Amakhosi will split ways with Colombian forward Leonardo Castro, who has struggled with consistency and injuries since joining Naturena.
Castro, whose contract expires in June, began the season rehabilitating from an injury, but has yet to find his stride since returning to the team. In the 13 games he participated last season, he was unable to find the back of the net.
Dumisani Zuma is another player said to be moving to Naturena, with AmaZulu strong favourites to sign him.
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