Kaizer Chiefs SuperSport Johannes

SuperSport United team vs Sekhukhune United at the Peter Mokaba Stadium. Image: BackpagePix.

Kaizer Chiefs to sign SuperSport star with 72 games?

You can tell the June-July transfer window is coming soon. Kaizer Chiefs are now linked with a SuperSport United star.

Kaizer Chiefs SuperSport Johannes

SuperSport United team vs Sekhukhune United at the Peter Mokaba Stadium. Image: BackpagePix.

Kaizer Chiefs have had another disappointing season. With a few players facing expiring contracts in June, SuperSport United‘s Kegan Johannes is liked with Amakhosi, according to Soccer Laduma.


There’s nothing valuable like a fairly young player with extensive experience in the same league. Chiefs are reportedly eyeing United’s Johannes. At 23, the Cape Town Spurs graduate already has 72 games in South Africa’s premier division. Johannes, who can play at right-back as well as in central defence, has also represented the national U23 team on three ocassions.

Full Statistics:

  1. Right back: 46 appearances with two goals
  2. Central defence: 19 appearances with two goals
  3. Right midfield: One appearance with zero goals.

Despite having three right-backs in Reeve Frosler, Zitha Kwinika and Dillan Solomons, Amakhosi are said to be chasing Johannes. According to the latest report, Chiefs have been tracking Johannes for over a season. Amakhosi showed interest to sign the Bavis Lavis-raised star around the same time as former SuperSport captain Thatayano Ditlhokwe.

“The club is interested in Kegan (Johannes). They have been monitoring him for some time now and they would really want to have him at the start of the season,” a source told Soccer Laduma.

“Even last season before signing Give Ditlhokwe and even Luke Fleurs, they [Chiefs] wanted get him and that’s why he is back on the radar now,” the source added.


Meanwhile, one-too many Chiefs players have contracts ending in June 2024.

Anyone who has followed football long enough knows that a club does not neglect expiring contracts until April. It seems that Chiefs might part ways with a maximum of seven first-team footballers.

The list also includes players who have not been part of the regular playing squad, including the legendary Khune and the highly experienced Hlanti.

Full list of seven players with expiring contracts in June 2024:

  1. Happy Mashiane, 26, left-back/midfielder
  2. Sifiso Hlanti, 34, left-back
  3. Siyethemba Sithebe, 31, central midfielder
  4. George Matlou, 25, central midfielder
  5. Jasond Gonzalez, 24, center forward
  6. Itumeleng Khune, 36, goalkeeper
  7. Njabulo Ngcobo, , 29, central defender.

Which players should Chiefs release or renew deals for? Let us know in the comments section below.

In the meantime, Johnson’s team have another game on the way. The Soweto giants will be travelling to the Eastern Cape this weekend. Chippa United will host the Glamour Boys on Saturday at the Buffallo City Stadium. Kick off is set for 15:00.