It seems one of the transfer indexed players at Kaizer Chiefs isn't yet throwing within the towel as he is stated to be giving it his all to attempt to win Stuart Baxter's favour and maintain playing for Amakhosi.
Defender Siphosakhe Ntiya-Ntiya who is nonetheless within the transfer list on the club continues to be trapped at Naturena, this after no gives came for him after Chiefs positioned him on the transfer listing earlier than the cutting-edge season started.
The 24 years antique still has a settlement with Chiefs this is set to expire in 2024, which means he has to live on with Chiefs even though they'd made it clean that he was surplus to requirements when Stuart Baxter back.
To say that Ntinya Ntiya gets recreation time in a as an alternative complicated idea as he's locked in opposition with Sifiso Hlanti and Sibusiso Mabiliso who each arrived inside the elapsed switch window, the duo being left backs wherein Ntiya Ntiya performs.
However, despite the fact that this is the case, his agent Jazzman Mahlakgane insists the participant goes to training every day just like each person else and is combating for his place within the Chiefs Set up.
"Sipho remains with the membership in the intervening time. I'm assured Chiefs know what is occurring due to the fact he has a contract that runs out in 2024. When I speak to him, he tells me that he is combating for his location at Chiefs," exhibits the agent.
What will show up to the defender's destiny remains to be visible, with the January transfer window simply around the corner.
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