Premier Soccer League giants Kaizer Chiefs have done like other clubs around the world in acquiring players for themselves in the quest to have a good 2023/24 league season.
Football clubs recruit and also sell players at the end of every league campaign; this has created a flurry of player movements in and around various leagues globally.
Clubs make adjustments to their squads as well as improve interests and contracts for footballers who need them and footballers who they need, resulting in either retention, buying or selling.
Remaining competitive and staying on top of South African football is a priority for Kaizer Chiefs, one of the biggest teams in the land in history and even success in the domestic league.
Welcome to Amakhosi, Nyambose!
— Kaizer Chiefs (@KaizerChiefs) September 21, 2023
So, in order for a team like this to continue to do well every season, it needs to have good players who can bring the team to the success that they need in every competition.
Good players guided by a decent coach helps a club achieve their seasonal objectives. To this regard, Chiefs acquired a new coach in the person of Molefi Ntseki, and some really good players whom they feel will help their course of ending the 2023/24 season with a silverware.
Let us have a look at the players the AmaKhosi signed so far this transfer window, and the ones who left the club to continue their football careers elsewhere.
Note: The Premier Soccer League transfer window opened on 1 July 2023 and will come to a close on 22 September 2023.
Kaizer Chiefs 2023/24 Transfers
Kaizer Chiefs Player Arrivals
|Thatayaone Ditlhokwe||SuperSport United|
|Pule Mmodi||Golden Arrows|
|Tebogo Potsane||Royal AM|
|E. Gonzalez||Club Real Santa Cruz|
|Ranga Chivaviro||Marumo Gallants|
|Mduduzi Mdantsane||Cape Town|
|Spiwe Msimango||TS Galaxy FC|
|Vicky Mkhawana||Chiefs Development Centre|
Kaizer Chiefs Player Departures
|Bonfils-Caleb Bimenyimana||Al-Ahli Benghazi|
|Thabani Dube||Richards Bay|
|Phathutshedzo Nange||SuperSport United|
|Lebohang Lesako||Casric Stars FC|
This article was most recently revised and updated 2 months ago