Kaizer Chiefs are working around the clock to reinforce their squad with quality players next season, and in March, no less than 13 players were linked with them.
But will Chiefs be getting what they are hoping for from the said players?
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TheSouthAfrican.com has compiled a report card for each of the 13 players linked with possible moves to Naturena, excluding Phathutshedzo Nange as he was recently confirmed as a Chiefs player for next season.
Mbule is one of players Amakhosi are reportedly serious about signing in the new season.
His four goals and five assists in 24 matches for SuperSport United this season are what have made teams such as Chiefs and Mamelodi Sundowns tussle for his signature.
Grobler is a veteran striker but he’s been playing like a youngster, especially this season as he continues to lead the PSL goalscoring charts with 13 goals from 22 league matches.
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Chiefs aren’t the only team reported to be after the signature of the Bafana Bafana international. Orlando Pirates also believed to be interested in the 33-year-old.
Petersen didn’t play competitive football this season as he was nursing an injury.
The 26-year-old, however, is not new in the PSL having already amassed 59 professional appearances since his breakthrough in 2013.
Petersen managed 18 clean sheets and conceded 66 goals in those 59 matches across all competitions.
Ngcobo (26) is a wanted man both in Tshwane and Naturena and Swallows have a tough decision to make as to whom they will do business with.
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As a centre-back, Ngcobo has been rock-solid for Swallows this season. He has featured 25 times for the Dube Birds and found the back of the net once.
Hlanti is one of the top players currently on the books of Swallows and reports suggested he will definitely move to Chiefs next season.
The 31-year-old started out brightly at Swallows but he appears to have fallen down the pecking order with just 13 league appearances and a single goal this season.
Gamildien has reportedly struck a deal with Chiefs but neither party has confirmed anything.
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The South Africa international has just turned 32, and currently leads the goalscoring chants at Swallows FC with 11 goals from 23 games across all competitions.
Sekgota (23) is currently on the books of Swallows FC, and he is a right-winger who has an eye for goal.
He has scored three goals and recorded two assists in 19 league matches for the Dobsonville-based outfit.
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Media reports claim Sekgota has already struck an agreement with Chiefs for next season.
Skelem is another attacking midfielder who has taken the PSL by storm despite being 22-years-old.
The speedy attacker has netted just once for Stellenbosch this season but it is his work rate that has caught the eye of many PSL teams including Chiefs and Orlando Pirates.
Mohamme, a former SuperSport United player, is one of AmaTuks’ stars and has featured regularly for the Tshwane side.
The 23-year-old youth international has made 22 appearances across all competitions for AmaTuks this season without finding the back of the net.
Chauke (25) is a strong striker for TS Sporting, and this is not the first time he’s linked with a possible move to Kaizer Chiefs.
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After netting 10 goals in 29 matches for TS Sporting last season, Chauke became the hot topic but then Chiefs were banned from signing players.
This season, Chauke has netted seven goals in 22 starts for TS Sporting.
Dube is a 28-year-old centre-back who plays for Richards Bay FC in the GladAfrica Championship.
And while he’s a defender, Dube has a knack for goals as he’s netted six goals in 30 matches for the KwaZulu-Natal-based outfit this season.
Mncube (27) is currently on the books of JDR Stars in the GladAfrica Championship, and he could soon find himself back in the PSL and possibly with Chiefs.
He is a right winger who has featured in 25 competitive matches for JDR Stars this season – 23 in the league and two in the Nedbank Cup.
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Mncube has netted five goals in those 25 games four of which came from the 23 league matches he played so far this season.
Magawana plays as an attacking midfielder for Uthongathi FC, and he has done tremendously well in the GladAfrica Championship side.
The 22-year-old has scored six goals in 24 league games this season – and perhaps the kind of attacking midfielder Chiefs need right now.
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