Kaizer Chiefs have welcomed two new faces to training at Naturena who are hoping to earn themselves contracts ahead of the 2020/21 campaign.
Even though they are currently banned from registering any players after being slapped with a two-year transfer window ban by FIFA, and are currently awaiting the outcome of their appeal from the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS), Chiefs are said to have welcomed goalkeeper Brandon Peterson and midfielder Phathutshedzo Nange under the watchful eye of their former mentor Gavin Hunt.
Peterson, 26, is said to have been identified as a long-term replacement for Itumeleng Khune, while Nange on the other hand is expected to compete for the right wing slot with the likes of Reeve Frosler and Kgotso Moleko.
Both players got their clearances from Tshakhuma Tsha Madzivhandila, who purchased Wits’ topflight status, and are now free agents who can sign with any club of their choice.
Nange and Peterson take the number of players from the now defunct Wits at Chiefs to three after Sifiso Hlanti started training with the rest of the Chiefs squad last week.