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Kaizer Chiefs is likely to go in for two players in the upcoming January 2024 transfer market.

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Stellenbosch FC star left fullback Fawaaz Basadien in action for the club during the 2022/2023 season.

Walter Bwalya On Kaizer Chiefs Radar

Kaizer Chiefs are reportedly looking to make some changes to their squad in the upcoming transfer window.

According to The Citizen, the club is eyeing former Nkana FC striker, Walter Bwalya, who is currently a free agent.

Bwalya, who hails from the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), has previously played for Al Ahly in Egypt.

The 28-year-old goal poacher is available on a free transfer.

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Hlanti And Gonzalez Set To Leave

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The same outlet believes Hlanti, who turns 33 in May, will not have his deal extended when it expires in June.

Basadien As A Potential Target

According to a source in the know, Chiefs have been keeping tabs on Fawaaz Basadien from Stellenbosch FC and are planning to make him an offer once the current campaign wraps up.

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