Ex Sundowns striker requests a move to Kaizer Chiefs!

Former SuperSport United and Mamelodi Sundows striker Jeremy Brockie has ‘requested’ a move to Kaizer Chiefs.

The New Zealand marksman took to Twitter to request a move to the Glamour Boys in a rather light-hearted.

Following the mass exodus at Naturena, Brockie asked veteran soccer agent Mike Mekaab if he can ‘make the move’ to Naturena… Take a look at at the incident below!

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Furthermore, former Bidvest Wits striker James Keene got in on the fun also ‘requesting’ a transfer to Kaizer Chiefs on Twitter.

Samir Nurkovic, Lazarous Kambole, Lebogang Manyama, Daniel Cardoso, Leonardo Castro, Daniel Akpeyi and Kearyn Baccus have all parted ways with Amakhosi.

Anthony Agay has also been Transfer-listed while goalkeeper coach Lee Baxter has also parted ways with Kaizer Chiefs

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Kaizer Chiefs transfer policy explained!

“We are buying and will pay the premium price. To build a strong squad, you need to have a sound financial structure,” the Kaizer Chiefs boss told FARPost.

“Moving forward, people, especially in the transfer window, will see our intentions and direction as the information comes out and our strategy unfolds.

“We need to get players who are not coming to play for money, but players who come to do their jobs.

“Players who want to achieve and make history, as there is much work to do at Kaizer Chiefs than win a gold medal or a cup.

“If we get those kinds of minded players, it changes the recruitment process and whom we bring in.”

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Kaizer Chiefs have already unveiled two new signings following the close of their 2021/22 campaign.

The ‘major’ revamp at Naturena got underway with the arrival of defender Zitha Kwinika and attacker Ashley Du Preez earlier this week.

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Stellenbosch FC star Zitha Kwinika has to rejoined Kaizer Chiefs ahead of the new campaign! Image: @StellenboschFC / Twitter

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