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Two Kaizer Chiefs players are on their way out of the club.

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Kaizer Chiefs are set to lose two of their players.

 

With Arthur Zwane making it known that Kaizer Chiefs are eager to sign a left-footed centre-back, Richards Bay have enquired about the services of a defender who is seemingly not part of Zwane’s plans.

The Bafana Bafana international was in the stands for Chiefs’ opening two league matches against Royal AM and Maritzburg United.

On top of that, Austin Dube only played less than an hour of football in the eight games he featured in the last campaign, with Zwane as the interim coach.

Amakhosi just completed the signing of the Mozambican left – Footed Centre back Edmilson Dove but Dube is the only natural candidate for that role. But with Zwane considering Sifiso Hlanti as an option for that role and after  Amakhosi added Dove, the future looks bleak for Dube.

In order to get game-time, Chiefs might consider sending Dube on loan with his former club Richards Bay showing interest.

It has been reported that the Natal Rich Boyz have inquired about the services of Dube, whether he would be open for a loan move back to his former club  from Kaizer Chiefs.

The arrival of Edmilson makes it worse and Zwane preferring to use Siyabonga Ngezana while Dube is available as a left-footed centre-back, Dube will likely drop further down the pecking order at Naturena.

Another player who is set to leave on loan or permanent move is Sibusiso Mabiliso.

Sibusiso Mabiliso removed Kaizer Chiefs from his Instagram bio today, he also removed a Profile picture where he was wearing the Kaizer Chiefs new Jersey and his profile picture was added last week check on his Twitter handler.

Yesterday he was also in a meeting with his agent check Basia Michaels and this could be about his move to another club before the transfer window closes.

 

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