Three players recalled by Kaizer Chiefs from their loan spells may be loaned to another club, according to reports.
Ayanda Rorwana, Sizwe Twala and Itumeleng Shopane have had their loans at Swallows FC cut short by the Soweto giants.
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The move was initially thought to help boost coach Gavin Hunt’s squad after Amakhosi’s appeal to have their FIFA transfer ban overturned was dismissed.
Instead, the Glamour Boys are understood by the Soccer Laduma website to be in talks with Cape Town All Stars to take at least two of the players on loan.
Rorwana and Twala could resurface at the Mother City outfit who are currently playing in the GladAfrica Championship. Their season kicks off next weekend.
Meanwhile, Shopane, who has in fact played for All Stars previously, may not be part of the deal. He may stay at Chiefs if a suitable loan spell isn’t found.
The trio were initially sent out on loan along with Given Thibedi, but the midfielder (Thibedi) remains part of the plans of Swallows coach Brandon Truter for this DStv Premiership season.
Chiefs are next in DStv Premiership action against Golden Arrows on Saturday, November 21 at 15:30.
Amakhosi find themselves in 11th place in the standings after just three matches, while Golden Arrows are fifth.