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Kaizer Chiefs’ Director of Football Kaizer Motaung Jnr. Image: Twitter

Kaizer Chiefs transfer target happy to make PSL switch but..!

The agent of star African midfielder Fabrice Ngoma has confirmed that the Kaizer Chiefs linked man is open to a PSL move!

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Kaizer Chiefs’ Director of Football Kaizer Motaung Jnr. Image: Twitter

Kaizer Chiefs transfer target Fabrice Ngoma is open to a switch to the Premier Soccer League (PSL) IF the club meets his ambitions.

According to his agent, the DR Congo midfielder is ready to make the move to South Africa.

Ngoma became a free agent this month after parting ways with Moroccan giants Raja Casablanca.

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The 28-year-old midfielder has been linked with a sensational move to Kaizer Chiefs during recent weeks.

Take a look at what his agent had to say about his immediate future below.

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“We have clubs from Sudan, Egypt, Israel, and Morocco actually but we will decide only after getting all our outstanding dues from Raja Casablanca.” his agent told iDiski Times regarding the reported Kaizer Chiefs target.

“Fabrice is in a good moment of his career at his age. He would be willing to play in a league like South Africa if there’s an ambitious project.”

In other news, former Orlando Pirates and Mamelodi Sundowns midfielder Teko Modise has heaped praise on Kaizer Chiefs for their transfer business!

The legendary Bafana Bafana midfielder was left largely impressed by the Glamour Boys’ squad overhaul.

Arthur Zwane’s side have made some rather exciting signings ahead of next season.

Kaizer Chiefs also let go of a number of ‘deadwood’ players at Naturena.

The club saw no less than 12 departures but their eight arrivals has Teko Modise, who works as a pundit on SuperSport TV excited.

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“I think the biggest conversation around the transfer market is Kaizer Chiefs. I think they have done good business,” Teko Modise told Sowetan.

“Even though the overhaul is going to upset some people with so many legends leaving the team. At some point it had to happen.

“Look at all the youngsters coming in and also with coach Arthur Zwane having coached those youngsters. And Dillon Sheppard who has also worked with youngsters before.

“The youngsters are really in good hands. But to see the success of that, I (Teko Modise) think that needs to be on the pitch.

“That’s the biggest challenge for Kaizer Chiefs. The youngsters are quick to learn. They’re coachable too and I think the struggle is always going to be the same as to who would challenge Mamelodi Sundowns.”

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Kaizer Chiefs have welcomed the arrivals of Siyethemba Sithebe, Yusuf Maart, Dillon Solomons, George Matlou and Kamohelo Mahlatsi.

The club also signed Stellenbosch duo of defender Zitha Kwinika and attacker Ashley Du Preez.

Academy graduate Mduduzi Shabalala has also earned himself a first team contract.

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Kaizer Chiefs have left Orlando Pirates and Mamelodi Sundowns legend Teko Modise impressed ahead of the new season. Photo: Gallo Images