Kaizer Chiefs are reportedly close to adding to their squad following the exit of eight first team players earlier this week.
The Soweto giants have confirmed the arrivals of Ashley Du Preez, Zitha Kwinika and Siyethemba Sithebe but with the exit of several high profile players this week, the club are expected to still be very busy in the market.
According to SoccerLaduma, Chiefs have turned their attention to Swallows duo Kamohelo Mahlatsi and Dillon Solomons.
With the Birds currently battling in the PSL promotion/relegation play-offs, a deal may just be delayed but it is reportedly as good as done with just the finer details needing to be hashed out.
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Chiefs have also been linked with Thabo Cele. They were believed to be interested in the midfielder last window where he was a free agent but they eventually lost out to Polish side RKS Radomiak, with the Soweto giants not taking their interest further at the time.
They may now pay a hefty price for that decision as they have launched a €100 000 (±R1.67m) bid for the 25-year-old, according to reports in Poland.
However, according to Polish journalist Szymon Janczyk, Radomiak are keen on holding onto Cele as he is seen as an integral part of coach Mariusz Lewandowski’s plans for next season.
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