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Talented Mamelodi Sundowns star winger is on the verge of leaving club on a short term basis?

During Pitso Mosimane's last few months as Mamelodi Sundowns head coach there were a few players that he had already signed at the club before the start of the following new season as the club always make signing before the end of the season

But unfortunately out of the blue and out of nowhere Pitso Mosimane randomly left Mamelodi Sundowns just a few months before signing a new contract to take on a completely different challenge in his career after spending quite a while at the club

And that wasn't technically good news for the new players he had signed prior to his departure from the club because that meant whoever was tasked with replacing him might not have the same opinion about them as he had

One of those players Mamelodi Sundowns signed under Pitso Mosimane's reign at the club was former Black Leopards star Lesedi Kapinga who had a very impressive season during the 2019/20 campaign

But since he arrived at Mamelodi Sundowns the player has not been able to establish himself as a first team regular for the club despite his very versatile qualities meaning he can play in a number of positions

As a consequence of that according to & courtesy of reports from SoccerLaduma Mamelodi Sundowns are now considering sending the player out on loan with Marumo Gallants thought to be interested in his services

Interestingly enough when Lesedi Kapinga arrived at Mamelodi Sundowns he was a nailed favorite to become a first team regular but one of the club's trio of coaches Manqoba Mngqithi warned he would need to work his socks off

As during his early days at Mamelodi Sundowns Lesedi Kapinga was failing to adapt and come to terms with the level of intensity that Mamelodi Sundowns approach training as well as approach games as well

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