Cape Town - With the sale of Kingston Nkhatha to SuperSport
United, Kaizer Chiefs look to reinforce another striker into their squad.
Read: Chiefs ready for Hoffenheim
Amakhosi’s football manager, Bobby Motaung, admits that
there are ongoing discussions with Chiefs hierarchy about replacing Nkhatha.
“It is true that we are looking at making enforcements to
our squad, looking at the tough season we have lined up,” Motaung was quoted by
“But as a club we have a policy that we don’t reveal such
things to the media until we’ve finalized everything as a club.”
Chiefs, however, have already secured the signing of David
Zulu to their ranks with the former Chippa United striker having taken part in
his first training session on Monday, January 12.
It has been revealed that Chiefs are lining up to sign Katlego
Mashego from Mamelodi Sundowns as the Zimbabweans replacement.
There is also the prospect of renewing interest in Free
State Stars’ Moeketsi Sekola with the 25-year-old having had a fantastic season
for Ea Lla Koto so far.