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Kaizer Chiefs fan on Twitter feels Orlando Pirates is the new Chiefs, as they are linked with every player around.

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Orlando Pirates attacker Monnapuleng Saleng and Kaizer Chiefs defender Edmilson Dove fighting for the ball.

The Buccaneers are currently linked with a host of players heading into the winter transfer window.

Despite Chiefs being the club in South Africa that is always linked with players, Pirates seems to have overtaken their rivals in this regard.

However, the club’s head coach, Jose Riveiro, recently revealed that he is content with the squad he has.

But even so, the club will certainly add few players heading into the 2023/2024 season.

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Despite Riveiro’s remarks, tweep by the handle @RealTshemedi feels Pirates is the new Chiefs.

Because the club is linked with every player in the league like their arch-rivals.

The MTN8 and Nedbank Cup champions have already added TS Galaxy goalkeeper Melusi Buthelezi to their squad.

While they are also linked with the likes of Junior Mendieta, Andile Jali, and Sibongeseni Mthethwa, to name a few.

The club will look to defend their trophies next season while also competing for league honours as well as continental competition.

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