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Stellenbosch Football Club rejects Kaizer Chiefs Football Club’s bid for Sibongiseni Mthethwa.

Sibongiseni Mthethwa
Kaizer Chiefs middlefielder Lehlohonolo George Matlou battle with Stellenbosch FC middlefielder Sibongiseni Mthethwa during an MTN8 quarterfinal clash at the Danie Craven Stadium in Stellenbosch this past season.

Chiefs is one of the busiest clubs in the transfer market, with seven signings so far.

Despite the signings, the club continues to be active in the transfer market.

IN OTHER NEWS: Kaizer Chiefs Set To Complete Two Blockbuster Signings

After the club was announced to be close to securing the signature of Pule Mmodi and Ranga Chivaviro, they are going after another Dstv Premiership star.

Stellies hard-tackling middlefielder Sibongiseni Mthethwa is the player the club is looking to sign.

IN OTHER NEWS: Kaizer Chiefs To Unveil New Signings This Week?

According to up and coming soccer publication Rushsporton, Stellies rejects Chiefs’ opening bid for the middlefielder.

The bid is reported to be around R6 million, which Stellenbosch feels is not enough for the middlefielder.

IN OTHER NEWS: Orlando Pirates Pay R9.5m For Two PSL Stars

Meanwhile, the club is set to appoint former Young Africans head coach Nasreddine Nabi as the new head coach.

 Replacing Arthur Zwane just after a season in charge of the Soweto giants.

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