AmaZulu and Kaizer Chiefs Compete for Thabo Cele’s Signature
In the ongoing quest to sign Bafana’s Thabo Cele, AmaZulu has taken a step forward in their pursuit of the Poland-based midfielder.
The club has expressed interest in securing the 26-year-old’s signature, marking yet another clash with Kaizer Chiefs.
It’s worth noting that just a week ago, AmaZulu successfully signed Rowan Human, a player previously linked with Amakhosi.
Reports suggest that Cele’s current club in Poland, Radomiak Radom, has indicated that he has no future with them.
Despite his deal with the Polish club expiring next year, Cele is open to playing in the PSL for the first time in his career.
He left South Africa’s shores at the age of 19 in 2016. However, recent developments in Poland have led to uncertainty about his future with the club, as they have added another player in his position ahead of the upcoming season.
Amakhosi to Play Home Matches in Polokwane
In a surprising move, Kaizer Chiefs will continue to play their home matches away from Johannesburg’s FNB Stadium in the upcoming DStv Premiership season.
The club has decided to move three of their home matches to the Peter Mokaba Stadium in Polokwane.
The matches scheduled to take place in Polokwane include clashes against the newly-promoted Cape Town Spurs in November, TS Galaxy in February, and SuperSport United in April.
This decision has raised eyebrows among football enthusiasts, as the FNB Stadium has traditionally been the home ground for Amakhosi.
A Competitive Transfer Battle and an Unusual Venue Change
The race for Thabo Cele’s signature showcases the intense competition between AmaZulu and Kaizer Chiefs to strengthen their squads.
Both clubs are eager to secure talented players and bolster their chances for the upcoming season.
As Cele’s future in Poland remains uncertain, his potential move to the PSL could be a significant acquisition for either club.
On another note, Kaizer Chiefs’ decision to move three home matches to the Peter Mokaba Stadium in Polokwane has left fans curious about the reasons behind this move.
Playing away from their traditional home ground raises questions about the team’s strategic planning and the impact it may have on their performance and support from the fans.
Overall, the football scene in South Africa is witnessing intriguing developments both on and off the field, making the upcoming season an exciting prospect for fans and clubs alike.