Kaizer Chiefs move swiftly to add another player to their squad
The Kaizer Chiefs have added a new player to their first-team lineup.
After finalizing talks for Pule Mmodi and Thabo Cele filing a transfer request, Kaizer Chiefs have had a fantastic day.
According to NMMABUNDA.COM, Kaizer Chiefs have acquired another player to their squad in order to improve their team going forward and reduce the average age of the group.
Kaizer Chiefs have offered Mduduzi Shabalala a four-year deal after he had a stellar season with the reserve team, scoring 13 goals and assisting on another 15.
Mduduzi Shabalala is extremely important to the club, as he has progressed through the divisions from U15 to reserve.
Mduduzi Shabalala’s dedication was rewarded in January when he was named to the DSTV Compact Cup squad, which allowed fans to vote for their favorite players.
Mduduzi Shabalala took the opposite approach with both hands, as he assisted on a goal after a brilliant cross found Monapule Saleng.
Mduduzi Shabalala was called in for trials in Belgium just when things seemed to be getting better for him. He spent two weeks there while being monitored and is said to have impressed.
Coach Arthur Zwane is alleged to have advised management that Mduduzi Shabalala will not be able to play for the reserves next season, prompting Kaizer Chiefs to move quickly and offer the young player a long-term contract.