In football, if you want to get the best players in your team, then you have to dig deep in your pockets to be able to compete with other teams who would be interested in the same players, basically saying you put your money where your mouth is.
In South Africa, one team that does not shy away in opening their cheque books to get the the best quality in their team are Mamelodi Sundowns who are now in pole position to land another big signing in the coming days.
Ever since the club owner Patrice Motsepe vacated his position as the club's president to take on a role as president of the Confederation of African football, his son who stepped in his place seems to be continuing doing what his father was doing at the club.
Under the leadership of Motsepe's son Kgosi Motsepe, the club are reported to have tables a lucrative deal to Supersport United for their star midfielder Teboho Mokoena whom they have been interested in for a while now.
While Matsatsantsa CEO Stan Matthews has made it no secret of their intention to sell Mokoena, if an overseas offer does not come through, then the player may end up making a switch to Chloorkop at the end, this according to a source.
"The negotiations between the two teams have gone to a new level this week. Sundowns are prepared to offer Supersport cash plus players for Mokena but they are still deciding which players they can send the opposite direction for Mokoena," explained the source.
Apparently one of the players who may have to go the opposite direction is former Kaizer Chiefs midfielder George Maluleka who's future at Sundowns does not really have a promise.
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