While Kaizer Chiefs are not desperate to delve into the transfer market just yet, club head coach Arthur Zwane has identified two positions he would be keen to beef up if the right players were available.
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With the January transfer window in full swing, Chiefs have been linked with a host of players.
The likes of Pule Mmodi, which has since died down, Celimpilo Ngema, and Katlego Otladisa have all been linked with potential moves to Naturena in recent times.
But speaking to the media after his side’s loss to Sekhukhune United on Saturday, Chiefs head coach Zwane revealed that Chiefs do have enough players on their books that still need to be afforded an opportunity although the defensive midfielder and striking positions are where they would most likely beef up.
“Any available quality player, we’ll always go for them, and it depends. We want to bring in players that can add value and that’s able to deal with the pressure. When you look at the good players that we have right now, we also feel that we want to give them a fair chance to prove themselves,” he told journalists.Are you enjoying our new online stadium? SNL24.com is Soccer Laduma’s new home. You’ll not only get the best soccer news, but you will also be able to comment on articles, view other comments, save articles to read later and much more! SIGN UP for free and explore our new home!“That is why we cant be specific where it comes to where we want to beef up. I feel like in the middle we still have the likes of George [Matlou], Cole [Alexander], [Phathushedzo] Nange, the young [Samkelo] Zwane also has been doing very well, so we are still covered.“Yes, if we can get another good defensive midfielder – why not? We’ll go for him, there’s no doubt about it, even the strikers, we’re just looking for players that can come and add value,” he concluded.Chiefs are next in action when they take on a wounded AmaZulu in Durban this Friday.Read: Maritzburg United Snap Up Top SensationYou must be SIGNED IN to read and post comments.