A recently axed Kaizer Chiefs defender is set to join a new Premier Soccer League (PSL) side!
According to reports, Siphosakhe Ntiya-Ntiya is closing in on a move to Sekhukhune United.
The full-back was part of the massive exodus at Naturena which saw over a dozen of players being axed.
New reports confirm Ntiya-Ntiya has been spotted at fellow top flight side Sekhukhune United.
Ex Kaizer Chiefs man closing in on new team?
“After being released by Kaizer Chiefs recently, Siphosakhe Ntiya-Ntiya has resurfaced at a Gauteng club.” a FarPost report read.
“Ntiya-Ntiya trained with Sekhukhune United on Friday afternoon with indications the club looks to sign him.
“The 25-year-old was recently given his clearance by Amakhosi and is free to join a club of his choice.
“The defender joined Kaizer Chiefs’ development ranks before being promoted to the senior team in January 2018.
“He made his DStv Premiership debut on 6 January 2018 against SuperSport United in Mbombela.”
In other transfer news, Kaizer Chiefs took to social media to welcome 26-year-old midfielder Yusuf Maart to the club on Tuesday evening.
While Amakhosi fans were left elated with their new signing from Sekhukhune United, not many would’ve known he’s actually a product of their rivals Orlando Pirates!
Yes, you read that correctly! Yusuf Maart is an Orlando Pirates academy graduate.
The diminutve midfielder made his senior debut for the Buccaneers meaning he has an official match under his belt for the Sea Robbers.
After impressing for their reserve side, the midfielder was thrown into the deep end against EC Bees in March 2017 during a Nedbank Cup match.
Reports suggest Maart costed the Glamour Boys a whopping R5 million!
Kaizer Chiefs most recently welcomed FOUR new signings.
The Glamour Boys signed George Matlou, Kamohelo Mahlatsi and Dillon Solomons from their cross-town rivals.
Siyethemba Sithebe was also unveiled by the club on Monday night.
The ‘major’ revamp at Naturena got underway with the arrival of defender Zitha Kwinika and attacker Ashley Du Preez earlier this month.
Kaizer Chiefs have confirmed the departures of a number of key players as they look to rebuild (again) under new coach Arthur Zwane. Photo: Backpagepix