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Six Players Who Could Still Leave Chiefs...

There’s now less than two weeks left until the South African transfer window slams shut, and Kaizer Chiefs may not have finished moving people on…
Check out six potential Chiefs exits in the gallery above!
The Glamour Boys have made plenty of changes of the last few months, with the likes of Teenage Hadebe (sold to Yeni Malatyaspor), Mario Booysen (released) and Ryan Moon the latest to be released.
Chiefs also sent Itumeleng Shopane and Ayanda Rorwana off to Moroka Swallows for their 2019/20 season, but there are others that may be on their way before the window slams shut at the end of the month.
Arohasina 'Dax' Andrianarimanana has been left unregistered, Siphelele Ntshangase and Letlhogonolo Mirwa are out of favour, Mamelodi Sundowns have confirmed their interest in Khama Billiat, Yusuf Bunting is thought to be talking about a possible exit and young Given Thibedi could potentially be sent out on loan in search of regular game-time.
Regarding Billiat, however, the club recently said that ‘Khama Billiat is committed to Kaizer Chiefs and is not joining any other club’, suggesting that they have no intention of him leaving before the window closes. 'Dax' could leave as a free agent, while Ntshangase' agent recently told Soccer Laduma that - as things stand - he's going nowhere.
Do you think Chiefs should let anymore players go this month? 


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