The transfer window hasn't yet begun, and Kaizer Chiefs, Orlando Pirates, Mamelodi Sundowns, and AmaZulu are busier than ever!
This time, it is a Chiefs player who has sparked attention. Naturena has been extremely busy thus far, and it is set to become even busier.
Thabo Mphaki is only 15 years old, but he has already piqued the interest of Pirates and Sundowns.
"During the Engine tournament, that Kaizer Chiefs development player got the attention of Pirates, Sekhukhune United, and Portuguese scouts."
Thabo Mphaki, a 15-year-old Kaizer Chiefs midfielder, has piqued the interest of Orlando Pirates and Mamelodi Sundowns. Images courtesy of Phakaaati.
In fact, he was on the verge of joining the Sundowns academy not long ago...
"From what I've heard, he was scheduled to join Mamelodi Sundowns' development earlier but was unable to do so due to school and distance," a source close to the youngster said.
What a skill, Amakhosi appears to be producing gifted children in a factory at this time. The list continues with Mduduzi Shabalala, Lwandle Ngobese, and Sabelo Radebe. We now have Mphaki. Remember his name; he is a great genius who is years ahead of his time.
"He is a complete player, and it appears that he has a very bright future in football provided he continues to work hard and does not become distracted by other things," the insider continued.
Kaizer Motaung, Arthur Zwane, and Dillon Sheppard have been quite busy with player movements in and out of Naturena.
Do you believe Mphaki will stay at Naturena?
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