Chiefs Attempt to Sign Masandawana Player, but Have Competition
Siphelele Mkhulise, a highly regarded playmaker currently playing for Mamelodi Sundowns, is looking to leave the club.
Cape City FC, one of the strongest teams in our premier division, is in fierce competition with us for his signature. They were second in the league, which means he may be given an opportunity to play in the Champions League.
He's only 26, but he featured in 26 games for Mamelodi Sundowns last year, so he didn't have any trouble breaking in despite the team's abundance of quality.
Since the coaches at Mamelodi Sundowns place a premium on individual agency, we stand a good chance of signing him. With so many titles under his belt and goals galore despite his deep-lying position, he should have no trouble finding a new club if he so desires. What makes this man even more impressive is the fact that he was previously playing football in Glad Africa, but was yet able to break into the starting lineup amongst a group of world-class athletes.
With a new manager at the helm, players will be given more of a fair shake at Kaizer Chiefs. He is a dedicated worker who grew up in the Mamelodi Sundowns system and can count himself among the club's iconic players who broke into the first team through the youth program.
Though he was thrilled to help Mamelodi Sundowns win the treble, it is unclear at this time whether the player will be leaving permanently or on a loan. Since I am a huge supporter of the Kaizer Chiefs, I would be overjoyed if we could secure his signature. He is young and hungry.
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