Kaizer Chiefs to release at least two foreign players

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Amakhosi are already in the process of putting together a competitive side for the 2017/18 season following another disappointing campaign

Goal can exclusively reveal that Kaizer Chiefs will part ways with at least two of their foreign players ahead of next season. 

A source within the Amakhosi camp, confirmed that the club is looking to free up their foreign quota as they have already earmarked potential targets for the upcoming transfer window. 

The source didn't disclose the names of the two players who could be offloaded as the club is yet to reach an agreement with them. 

"At the moment, we are hearing that a few foreign internationals will be leaving the club... at least two for now," the source told Goal

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"However, I'm not in a position to reveal their names because the matter is still under discussion, but you guys (the media) will know soon," said the source. 

Goal reported in April that Zimbabwean attacker Michelle Katsvairo faces a bleak future at the Soweto club, while Lewis Macha has seriously been considering his future with Chiefs

Their lack of game time under Steve Komphela took many football fans by surprise, especially after the hype around their arrivals at the start of the 2016/17 campaign. 

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