Mamelodi Sundowns star seeks a move away from the club after struggling for game time.
The Brazilians are set to make decisions on several of their players who have played less in the past season.
The club is expected to part ways with some of their fringe players to trim down their squad size and make space for new signings.
Siphelele Mkhulise is among of the players who could part ways with the Chloorkop based side.
The 26-year old seeks a move away from the club in search of game time.
According to reports the player's representatives are in discussions with Sundowns over a potential move for the player.
At this moment it remains unclear on whether the proposed move will be permanent or a loan move.
The player is one of the few players who came from Sundowns' ranks.
Cape Town City are said to be interested in the player's services as the Mother city side prepare to conquer Africa next season.
Kaizer Chiefs are also interested in the player's signature as the club still look to bolster their squad ahead of the new campaign.
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