PSL Star chooses Kaizer Chiefs over Orlando Pirates and Amazulu.
Amakhosi coaching staff and management are currently in the market looking to recruit players ahead of the 2023/2024 season.
This comes after another disappointing season where they finished fifth in the Dstv Premiership while also bowing out in the semifinals of both the Nedbank Cup and MTN8 competitions.
Putting pressure on the club’s management to respond to the club going over 8 years without winning a trophy, having last won a trophy back in 2014.
Naturena based club is reported to have signed at least six players ahead of the winter transfer window market.
Lamontville Golden Arrows attacker Pule Mmodi is among the players who are said to have joined the club.
According to Farpost , the 29-year-old turned down a lucrative offer from Amazulu believed to be around R200 000 a month to join Chiefs.
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Furthermore, Usuthu is not the only club he turned down to move to Phefeni.
After years of showing interest in the South African international, Orlando Pirates missed out on the chance to sign him on free transfer.
Mmodi rejects a move to Houghton, striking a blow to the Pirates team that was looking to sign the attacker ahead of next season.
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The club is expected to unveil the player once the winter transfer window market opens at the start of next month.
Meanwhile, the imment arrival of Mmodi and co leaves some of the club’s players’ future in doubt.
After the departure of Eric Mathoho, Siyabonga Ngezana, and Phathutshedzo Nange, more players are expected to follow the trio out of the club before the start of next season.