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Supersport United midfielder Sipho Mbule has been linked with Kaizer chiefs move since the last transfer window. Many were anticipating the move to be completed last transfer window which didn't happen. Supersport United made it clear that for Sipho Mbule to leave the club it won't be for free as he's still contracted with the club.
Kaizer chiefs didn't complete the deal last transfer window due to financial demands. However the current transfer window Sipho Mbule is again on headlines at first with a move to sundowns which his agent dismissed the rumour about sundowns and confirmed that Kaizer chiefs have tabled a bid for Sipho Mbule. The deal is likely to be done in the next two weeks according to reports.
It is now seem to be very close for Kaizer Chiefs to beat Mamelodi sundowns over Mbule's signature. Kaizer chiefs haven't announced any signing as yet, and they were also linked with Siyathemba sithebe from Amazulu and Victor Letsoalo from Royal AM.
The deal of Sipho Mbule would really balance the Mildfielder at Kaizer Chiefs with the likes of Nkosingiphile Ngcobo and Njabulo Blom.
Will Kaizer chiefs finally scooop the signature of Sipho Mbule? Share your thoughts on the comments section
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