Kaizer Chiefs have unveiled their four new signings, while Football Manager Bobby Motaung confirmed that the club will be making more additions to their squad.
The Soweto giants held a media briefing at the Chiefs Village today, January 10, where they unveiled the club’s new technical advisor, Robertus Hutting and the team’s four new signings, Leonardo Castro, Siphelele Ntshangase, Kabeloa Mahlasela and Siphosake Ntiya-Ntiya.
Prior to the unveiling, Motaung mentioned that the club will be making more signings, however, did not reveal anything further.
“Our plans are to bolster the squad, we need to assist the technical staff. We have brought in new players. “We will be making more additions,” Motaung said as quoted on Chiefs’ official Twitter account.
“We have engaged some clubs in terms of loaning players or their sale. I can’t mention names at the moment,” he also revealed.
Now, it remains to be seen who will be the new incoming and outgoing players at Naturena in the coming weeks.
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