Absa Premiership

Kaizer Chiefs not worried about signings

2016-06-24 14:00
Bobby Motaung (Gallo)

Cape Town - Kaizer Chiefs communications manager Vina Maphosa insists they are not bothered by who other teams sign, as their transfers will be revealed at the right time.

Following a long list of departures last month, Amakhosi are yet to make announcements on who will be coming in to replace the players who were released.

The Glamour Boys have only made one signing, left-back Sibusiso Khumalo arriving in a swap deal that saw Keegan Ritchie join SuperSport United, while arch-rivals Orlando Pirates have already confirmed three signings, including coach Muhsin Ertugral.

However, Maphosa maintains that Chiefs are unfazed by their rivals' transfer dealings.

"No we are not worried. I cannot talk about other teams," Maphosa told KickOff

"You will hear our plans at the right time. Nothing has changed. Things will happen the same way they have been happening every year."

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