OpinionKaizer Chiefs and Cape Town are reportedly interested in the very talented midfielder from Mamelodi Sundowns and the go news is that he wants out from Mamelodi Sundowns. Kaiser Chiefs head coach Arthur Zwane is reportedly targeting the signing of Mamelodi Sundowns star Spelele Mkhulise and soon we might see him unveiled at Amakhosi.
According to recent reports, Mkhulise is looking to move on from Mamelodi Sundowns due to limited playing time which has greatly affected his performance. The incredibly talented midfielder has stagnated a bit with the Brazilian in recent seasons. And now both Kaizer Chiefs and Cape Town are interested in signing him if he is eventually allowed to leave Mamelodi Sundowns.
“In the current transfer rumours, it is believed that Spelele Mhulise's camp are in negotiations with Masandavana regarding a possible move for the 26-year-old footballer. Read citizen reports. At this point it is not clear whether the proposed measure, if it goes ahead, will be permanent or a loan deal. Head coach Arthur Zwane of Kaiser Chiefs is also known to really like Mhulise because 10111 is a mentor who believes in giving young people opportunities.
And with the Amakhosi Chairman still trying to solidify their roster, anything can happen as far as Mkhulise is concerned. The same publication went on to claim that Cape Town were also interested in the 26-year-old midfielder. Mkhulise played a total of 27 games for Mamelodi Sundowns last season. Annoying, only 12 from the first minute, others were as substitute.
Sphelele Mkhulise is a midfielder who has featured in 17 Premier League games this season, playing a total of 1,054 minutes. Sphelele Mkhulise receives an average of 0.09 assists for every 90 minutes a player is on the field. See how they qualified against other players in the Premier League.
Sphelele Mkhulise has scored a total of 0 goals in the league so far this season, which places him 31st on the Mamelodi Sundowns top scorers list due to less playtime. Do think this prolific goal scorer will be at his best for in Kaizer Chiefs or will Amakhosi kill his shine?
Source: The South African
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