Attacker Sibusiso Milazi has been linked to a statement from Kaizer Chiefs, a South African soccer team based in Soweto.
The silver lining is that he could still be on the club’s books in 2023/24, although he may be loaned out once more.
Milazi has spent the 2022/23 season on loan at Casric Stars in the Motsepe Foundation Championship, and now the Chiefs must decide his future.
According to a reliable source, the player will not be in Amakhosi’s first team and will be dropped or sent off again.
Although Amakhosi is still looking to add another striker to their attack, they already have Keegan Dolly, Ashley Du Preez, Bonfils-Caleb Bimenyimana, Christian Saile Basomboli, Mduduzi Shabalala and Kgaogelo Sekgota in their attack, so it’s possible Milazi’s services They won’t be needed for Kaizer Chiefs next season.
The loaned attacker is not a goal poacher, so he does not fit the club’s ideal profile for a striker.
With an eye on the upcoming season, the Chiefs will shortly decide the fate of Sibusiso Milazi. It seems unlikely that he will play a big role in the Chiefs’ starting lineup next year. According to our source, he will either be loaned out again or released.
The good news is that Casric Stars is rumored to be interested in signing Milazi, either on another loan deal or permanently off the Kaizer Chiefs books. Milazi spent a season on loan at Sekhukhune United in the DStv Premiership, and could complete another move to them if they were interested in his services again.
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