Kaizer Chiefs set to LOSE promising winger to rivals?

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Kaizer Chiefs are set to lose 24-year-old utility winger Happy Mashiane at the end of the current campaign!

The skillful winger, a product of the Amakhosi academy, has found the going tough at Naturena this season and will leave the club according to reports.

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Mashiane was amongst the young players who were thrown into the deep end by Gavin Hunt last season following the Kaizer Chiefs’ transfer ban.

The winger, under pressure, rose to the occasion and put on a number of solid performances however many will remember his match changing red-card in the CAF Champions League final against Al Ahly.

And while that was the last match of last season, Mashiane simply failed to recover from that incident and made just six cameo appearances for Kaizer Chiefs so far this season.

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Kaizer Chiefs winger heading for the exit door – Report

Happy Mashiane will NOT be at Naturena next season after attracting interest from another PSL club according to reports!

“Well, Happy is leaving. There has been a number of teams who are interested in signing him for a couple of years now.” a source told Citizen regarding the Kaizer Chiefs player.

“It’s a pity we had a contract back then, so, I could not really talk to him about moving, starting afresh and everything just being new.

“In Happy’s case, it’s different because there is someone who is representing him and when is like that you cant do anything about it.

“So, I spoke with him about the situation and he understands. The only thing that we have to do is just meeting up, but I really don’t see Happy at Kaizer Chiefs next season.”

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Interim Kaizer Chiefs coach Arthur Zwane has opted not to field his former academy star Happy Mashiane during recent matches. Photo: Twitter @KaizerChiefs

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