Without a doubt we all know where Sithebe is heading for next season. There has been plenty of rumours since December and nothing has been confirmed yet by Kaizer Chiefs. The player according to various reports he has signed a pre-contract with Kaizer Chiefs. This means the player will join the Glamour boys after his contract with AmaZulu FC has expired in June 2022. The club president Sandile Zungu has admitted defeat after the player refused to sign a contract extension. AmaZulu FC after qualifying for the CAF Champions League they do not want to lose their key players.
A source has revealed a reason Siyethemba Sithebe would have rejected a move to Naturena. A source told Siya Crew that "Sithebe gave the club an opportunity to place their offer but the new deal wasn't convincing compared to what Kaizer Chiefs offered, especially with his age, players want to be secured after football. He had to look at his age and future, as he is not getting any younger. If Usuthu gave Sithebe a proper deal, he would've rejected a move to Amakhosi." Do you think Sithebe is a good signing for Kaizer Chiefs? Comment your answer below, share and hit the like button please.
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