After acquiring Khama Billiat and Leonardo Castro from Mamelodi Sundowns in previous seasons, the Soweto giants reportedly have their sights set on another Sundowns player. Arthur Zwane, the new head coach of the Kaizer Chiefs, is reportedly interested in signing another Mamelodi Sundowns player.
Stuart Baxter was fired as head coach of the Kaizer Chiefs after failing to meet expectations during his second term with the Amakhosi. Zwane was subsequently hired in his stead. Zwane managed to win only two of Amakhosi's remaining six games, which cost them a spot in the CAF Confederations Cup the following season.
Zwane is reportedly interested in Sphelele Mkhulise, a midfielder for Mamelodi Sundowns. The Kaizer Chiefs have signed a number of quality players to bolster their roster. The Masandawana player is apparently seeking greater pastures away from Chloorkop, but the Amakhosi coach still wants to sign him despite the club's midfield depth. It is unsure whether Mkhulise will continue to play for Sundowns in the Champions League or join the glamour boys.
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