• Buchanan, Masilela headline Chiefs exodus

    Tsepo Masilela to leave Kaizer ChiefsTsepo Masilela to leave Kaizer Chiefs

    Keagan Buchanan and Tsepo Masilela are two of six players set to leave Kaizer Chiefs after the club confirmed the exit of several first-team members ahead of the 2018/19 campaign.

    After a turbulent 2017/18 campaign, which saw the side fail to lift any silverware for a third successive season and the departure of coach Steve Komphela, a squad overhaul was expected at Naturena.

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    The other players who form part of the Amakhosi exodus are midfielders William Twala and Edmore Chirambadare, as well as defender Sibusiso Khumalo, while striker Emmanuel Letlotlo could possibly go out on loan.

    Masilela will see his six year stay at Chiefs come to an end when his current contract expires at the end of June and will leave the club on a free transfer.

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    Despite only arriving at the club two years ago, Twala ― who left on loan to Maritzburg United in January ― Buchanan, Chirambadare and Khumalo, will leave Chiefs after struggling to find a spot in the team.

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    Letlotlo may still have a future at the club despite missing last season after a serious knee injury. The club confirmed that he is expected to leave on a loan deal for the upcoming season, with negotiations still ongoing.

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