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Kaizer Motaung Jnr during the DStv Premiership match between Richards Bay and Kaizer Chiefs.

Kaizer Motaung Jnr during the DStv Premiership match between Richards Bay and Kaizer Chiefs.

News reaching the Siya crew is that Kaizer Chiefs are eying up a Motsepe Foundation Championship winger.  

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Indications are that Amakhosi are believed to be monitoring JDR Stars’ Ishmael Wadi, with a source revealing that the Soweto giants have been keeping tabs on the attacker since last year. 

“Chiefs want to sign Ishmael Wadi from JDR Stars. He is a very good winger with great experience. They have been monitoring him since last year and even followed him when he went to Afcon 2022 with the Zimbabwe national team. I think his progress since joining Stars is what has impressed Chiefs scouts who have been watching him in most of his games. Now it’s all up to the two parties to agree on the move,” the source said.

Wadi joined JDR Stars from Zimbabwean side, CAPS United in 2021 on a two-year deal which expires on 30 June this year, and there is a likelihood that Chiefs could acquire the player on a free.  

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Siya sources have further revealed that the 30-year-old is aware of the interest. 

“Yes, the player knows about it. He has been informed by someone from the management that Chiefs are interested in his services but his focus is on helping the team in the league where they are now,” the source added. 

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JDR Stars are currently in position five on the Motsepe Foundation Championship log and have an outside chance of making it to the promotion play-offs. 

The Siya crew contacted JDR Stars chairman and coach Nditsheni Nemasisi for comment, but attempts proved futile. 

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