Edson Daniel Castillo Garcia, an esteemed Venezuelan midfielder, has agreed to a two-year contract with Kaizer Chiefs, with an option for an additional year.
The skilled player, who currently represents Monagas SC, will soon make his way to South Africa to join his new teammates. This move marks Garcia’s first venture into the local top-flight, following his successful stint in his native Venezuela.
Mduduzi Mdantsane, a familiar face in South African football, has returned to his childhood club after various ventures across the league, including his tenure as captain at Baroka.
The accomplished midfielder, who previously played for Cape Town City, has signed a three-year deal with Kaizer Chiefs. Under the guidance of new coach Molefi Ntseki, Mdantsane is poised to fortify the team’s midfield. He will proudly don the No. 3 jersey, symbolizing his importance on the field.
The defensive structure of Kaizer Chiefs will also witness the arrival of two new faces. First, the stocky Botswanan international, whose signing was officially announced on Monday, has secured a four-year contract.
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With the No. 24 jersey adorning his back, this talented player will bring his expertise to the team’s defensive line. Additionally, Given Msimango, the former TS Galaxy captain, has joined the club on a four-year deal.
Msimango will wear the No. 25 jersey as he contributes his defensive prowess to the squad. Pule Mmodi, a player highly anticipated by Chiefs’ supporters, has answered their call to wear the famous jersey No. 13.
Mmodi joins Kaizer Chiefs from Golden Arrows, signing a three-year contract. With his arrival, the team hopes to strengthen its attacking capabilities and enhance its goal-scoring performance.
To address their goal-scoring struggles from the previous season, Kaizer Chiefs has secured the services of Ranga Chivaviro.
The formidable striker, who netted an impressive 17 goals across various competitions for the relegated Marumo Gallants, has signed a two-year contract, with an option to extend for an additional year. Chivaviro will proudly wear the iconic No. 7 jersey, which holds a storied history at the club.
Notably, Edson Garcia’s arrival from Monagas marks the third Venezuelan player to join Kaizer Chiefs. Following in the footsteps of Gustavo Paez and Jose Torrealba, who joined the club from Mamelodi Sundowns in 2008, Garcia brings his talent and experience to the South African club.
While the official confirmation of his jersey number is pending, Garcia has inked a two-year deal, with the possibility of extending for an additional year. He is expected to touch down in the country later this week.
With these new signings, Kaizer Chiefs demonstrates its commitment to strengthening the team and increasing its performance on the pitch. The club’s supporters eagerly await the debut of these players, as they look forward to a successful and exhilarating season ahead.