Mamelodi Sundowns set to AXE a host of stars, names REVEALED
Following rivals Kaizer Chiefs and Orlando Pirates, Mamelodi Sundowns intends to completely oust Chloorkop. According to reports, four players are negotiating their immediate futures with the Brazilians at the DStv Premiership Champions.
Ricardo Goss, Reeyad Pieterse, and Kennedy Mweene all seem to be for sale.
It appears that Sibusiso Vilakazi would also leave Mamelodi Sundowns.
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Additionally, there are doubts about Gift Motupa and Sphelele Mkhulise's futures with Mamelodi Sundowns.
In other developments, Kaizer Chiefs head coach Arthur Zwane is reportedly targeting Sphelele Mkhulise of Mamelodi Sundowns.
According to recent sources, Mkhulise is reportedly looking for a transfer away from Sundowns due to his minimal playing time.
The amazingly talented midfielder has experienced some stagnation in prior campaigns targeting the people of Brazil.
And now, Kaizer Chiefs and Cape Town City are both interested in recruiting him should he be allowed to leave Mamelodi Sundowns!
The same outlet claims that Cape Town City is also apparently showing interest in the 26-year-old midfielder.
Mkhulise participated in 27 different games for Mamelodi Sundowns last season. Alarmingly, there were only 12 starting positions.
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