While Kaizer Chiefs have been linked to a host of players both locally and abroad, we take a look at who the club have already managed to land in their rebuilding phase at Naturena.
Kaizer Chiefs are expected to go under a thorough renevation at the end of the season when their ongoing transfer ban lapses at the end of the month.
Stuart Baxter was announced as the man to replace the recently sacked Gavin Hunt and lead the Soweto giants into their new future but what new resources will he have at his disposal?
Who have Kaizer Chiefs already signed?
Click on the below gallery to see who’ll be arriving at Naturena ahead of next season
Former Bidvest Wits duo of Phathutshedzo Nange and Brandon Peterson have already put pen to paper and are expected to be announced by the club next month when the Amakhosi’s transfer ban comes to a close.
Nange, a solid midfielder and Peterson, one of the finest young goalkeepers in South African football will undoubtedly be worthy acquisitions at Kaizer Chiefs.
22-year-old AmaZulu FC right-back Sibusiso Mabiliso has also signed on the dotted line according to Phakaathi and will be unveiled by Kaizer Chiefs in the coming weeks.
The youngster was a standard feature in Benni McCarthy’s side and featured in no less than 26 matches for Usuthu this season.
Kaizer Chiefs have also reportedly completed the signing of Swallows striker Ruzaigh Gamildien. The 32-year-old striker was one of the surprise packages of the 2020/2021 campaign after having scored 12 goals in 24 league appearances.
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While the above four players have seemingly signed on the dotted line, Kaizer Chiefs are still expected to rope in many other new players come July.
Their attention for the moment however will be on the CAF Champions League where they face Moroccan giants Wydad Casablanca in the first leg of the semifinal round on 19 June 2021.