In a proactive approach to reinforce their squad, Kaizer Chiefs has made noteworthy strides in the transfer market by extending contract offers to four players.
1. Omega Mdaka
Kaizer Chiefs has set its sights on the captain of their DStv Diski Challenge (DDC) side, Omega Mdaka, and has presented him with an enticing three-year contract offer.
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The club recognizes Mdaka’s immense potential and leadership qualities within the youth ranks, underscoring their commitment to nurturing and promoting homegrown talent.
2. Puso Dithejane
Dithejane, another standout fullback from the DDC side, has also received a three-year contract offer from the club.
The club’s decision to secure the services of this talented defender highlights their dedication to shoring up the defensive line for the seasons ahead.
3. Sibongiseni Mthethwa
The pursuit of success has led Amakhosi to place an offer in the region of R10 million on the table to acquire Stellenbosch FC’s midfield star, Sibongiseni Mthethwa.
This ambitious move underscores the club’s determination to compete at the highest levels, with Mthethwa’s midfield prowess potentially being a game-changing addition to their roster.
4. Donay Jansen
Donay Jansen, a 20-year-old sensation, has turned heads with his impressive performances in the 2023/2024 DDC season.
As a reward for his exceptional start to the season, Jansen has been presented with a five-year contract offer by Chiefs.
His swift promotion to the first team demonstrates the club’s commitment to nurturing and elevating young talents.
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Meanwhile, the club could also offer former Supersport United defender Luke Fleurs a deal.
The 23-year-old is currently undergoing trials at the club after leaving Matsatsantsa this month.