In a disappointing turn of events for Kaizer Chiefs, insiders within the club have revealed to 45min that two players are set to leave the team at the end of the current season. As Chiefs’ quest for a trophy extends into its eighth season, their hopes for a CAF Champions League spot have also slipped away.
With only two games remaining in the campaign, the club is already looking towards the future and making preparations to strengthen their squad. Reliable sources from 45min have disclosed that Chiefs have made the decision to part ways with Sabelo Radebe and Austin Dube.
Radebe, a promising young talent, has been informed that he will be sent out on loan as he does not feature in the immediate plans of coach Arthur Zwane. However, the club is determined to ensure that Radebe continues to gain valuable experience by securing him a loan move to a reputable top-flight club where he can receive regular playing time.
On the other hand, Dube’s two-year tenure with the team will come to an end. The defender, who has made only one appearance this season, is confirmed to be leaving Chiefs, according to insider sources.
While the departure of these players signifies a new direction for Kaizer Chiefs, the club is undoubtedly focused on rebuilding and making strategic decisions to improve their performance in the upcoming season. With changes being made within the team, fans eagerly anticipate the arrival of fresh talent and the potential success it may bring.
Despite the disappointment of the current campaign, Kaizer Chiefs remains committed to their pursuit of glory and will undoubtedly strive to assemble a formidable squad capable of reclaiming their position among the elite in South African football.