Kaizer Chiefs’ most recent signings, Lebogang Manyama and Mario Booysen, are reportedly close to full fitness and could be available to face Cape Town City on Saturday.
Former Cape Town City FC talisman and PSL Footballer of the Season, Lebogang Manyama, and former Mamelodi Sundowns towering central defender, Mario Booysen, are believed to be ready make their respective debuts in Cape Town on Saturday.
The pair were signed up late in the previous transfer window, with Manyama arriving as a free agent after a difficult spell in Turkey with Konyaspor, while Booysen arrived from relegated Ajax Cape Town.
According to sources that are close to a local publisher, the forward and the defender were involved in full training with the first side during the international break and may be available to face the Citizens in the Mother City.
The publication said: “The Siya crew has been informed that both players were in full training over the international break as they look to try and impress (coach) Giovanni Solinas and are trying to put themselves into his plans going into Saturday’s clash with Cape Town City.”
In addition, Amakhosi has also been boosted with the news that striker Gustavo Paez has resumed full training following a sinus issue – while Madagascan midfielder Andriamirado “Dax” Andrianarimanana has also been cleared to play (as reported by Political Analysis South Africa on Wednesday).
Chiefs face City at the Cape Town Stadium from 15:00 on Saturday, 15 September 2018 with the Soweto giants looking to record their first win in the Premiership under Solinas.
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