Outdated Kaizer Chiefs striker Thembinkosi Biyela has urged the club to ‘destroy the bank’ to sign Mamelodi Sundowns star Themba Zwane.
Zwane might per chance possibly be the freshest property in South African football good now and is in the most effective create of his lifestyles.
Biyela believes that the attacking star will release the most effective from ragged teammate Khama Billiat and ought to be a precedence signing.
Kaizer Chiefs ought to indifferent destroy the bank to sign Zwane
While Billiat joined Chiefs from Sundowns, he was out of contract and the actuality is it might per chance possibly per chance make a selection an grievous quantity of money for the Motsepe clan to sell their star man to the Motaungs.
“Chiefs ought to indifferent destroy the bank for Zwane because they don’t bear a superstar for the time being. Relief in the day, mountainous clubs oldschool to bear superstars and I was at Chiefs and we oldschool to bear Doctor (Khumalo), Pirates oldschool to bear Teboho Moloi and Sundowns had the likes (Harold) Legodi and others,” Biyela told Soccer Laduma.
Biyela doesn’t imagine Kaizer Chiefs want to sign as many as 15 gamers as beforehand instantaneous but feels that eight top plot talents might per chance possibly restore the club to glory.
Amakhosi want about eight top gamers
Kaizer Chiefs bear reportedly focused Buhle Mkhwanazi and Njabulo Ngcobo as defensive additions and Biyela concurs they would also be a mountainous fit for Gavin Hunt.
“I personal eight gamers might per chance possibly per chance be satisfactory for Chiefs to add to their present squad and mix them with the kids that are coming up, and a few of whom bear already been doing effectively in the most major crew. I do know that Gavin likes the gamers who are tall and especially in defence and that’s why I am suggesting that they ought to indifferent go for Mkhwanazi and Ngcobo in making defensive additions,” acknowledged Biyela.
Kaizer Chiefs proceed to generate never-ending streams of speculation sooner than what is anticipated to be a busy closed season for the Soweto Giants.