Chiefs release three more players


Kaizer Chiefs have confirmed the exits of three youngsters on the PSL transfer deadline day as they continue to trim their squad.

Chiefs announced on Monday that four players would be spending the 2021/22 season out on loan in the GladAfrica Championship in a bid to gain first-team experience.

Scroll through the gallery above to see the Chiefs players who've left the club this week

And they have now followed up with the confirmation that three players who featured prominently in the reserve team in recent seasons have been released.

"Former Kaizer Chiefs development players Ayanda Rorwana, Sizwe Twala and Itumeleng Shopane have been released and cleared to join teams of their choice. We wish them well," the club statement read.

With the players aged between 23 and 24, their exits will allow a new crop of emerging talent from the academy to be promoted to the DStv Diski Challenge squad.

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