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Sipho Mbule set for contractual negotiations with SuperSport as Chiefs and Sundowns keep watch

The current transfer window has been interesting as we've witnessed some high profile speculations that are linked to the big three teams in the Premier Soccer League, however what is disappointing is that there hasn't been genuine manifest of key players who have been signed either by Orlando Pirates, Kaizer Chiefs or Mamelodi Sundowns. At the present stage we rely on speculations and rumours, and the latest report is that the 23 year old Bafana Bafana midfielder is set for contractual talks with Super Sport United.

In case you are wondering which player is being spoken of in this article? It's the highly rated Sipho Mbule who had been in fine form for SuperSport United so far and his performance has made him to be a player of interest from potential suitors in the league as they aim to poach him to their respective clubs. The 23 year old has been heavily linked with an exit from the club amidst rumours that he will either be joining Kaizer Chiefs or Mamelodi Sundowns in the current transfer window.

Such speculations have been fuelled by the player's absence since November last year, since the January transfer window is close to expiry Sipho Mbule's representatives are reported to meet with the management of SuperSport United, as things stand Super Sport United will be looking into exercising the one year option in Sipho Mbule as they want to lose him on a free transfer to rival teams know the DStv Premiership.

Sipho Mbule is also considered as one of the players who have a bright international future with Bafana Bafana, and it will be wise for him to choose a team that will feature him regularly so that he may not lose his spot on the national team, between the Soweto giants and Mamelodi Sundowns Mbule will need to take things into careful consideration.

Source: Soccer Laduma

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