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Kaizer Chiefs failed to sign Sipho Mbule & now Mamelodi Sundowns will pick up where they left off?

When the transfer window ended and the Sipho Mbule transfer saga finally came to an end it was generally thought that there would be some kind of peace from now until at least the january transfer window

But then again when it comes to transfer news and the transfer window that kind of situation never really sleeps as deals can still be done and negotiated even while the transfer window is closed

And in the case of Sipho Mbule in the previous transfer window it was extremely widely thought that Kaizer Chiefs would be the club to snap him up if in the event he decided to leave SuperSport United

But whoever made to decision to hand Sipho Mbule the SuperSport United number 10 jersey whether it was himself or the the first team head coach Kaitano Tembo or the CEO Stanley Matthews it was a very clever move or thing to do

But with so many big fishes swimming around in South African Football you can never be too sure of keeping you star player particularly with Mamelodi Sundowns always fishing around

And most recently according to reports courtesy of if sources close to the situation are true then Mamelodi Sundowns could be lining up a big move for SuperSport United midfield maestro Sipho Mbule

"The door is not closed for Mbule to move. The club has always been looking for an opportunity to sell him overseas,"

"The challenge is that they can't keep him forever and if that overseas opportunity does not materialize,"

Now this is where Mamelodi Sundowns come into the picture.....

"Chances are high now that the club could be open to local offers, but it must be a very good offer,"

"Sundowns have not hidden their admiration for the player,"

Unlike Kaizer Chiefs Mamelodi Sundowns would not struggle to strike a deal to sign Sipho Mbule as they would be more than likely be happy to pay whatever SuperSport United would want for the player meaning the ball is firmly on Sipho Mbule's court

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