It's Confirmed our coach Arthur Zwane is looking to sign a player from our rivals, it's going to be a busy transfer window the player himself did confess that he wants to leave Mamelodi Sundowns so I think under those circumstances we won't have to pay a lot of money for him.
He did get a lot of minutes last season despite playing in a super team he didn't make 26 appearances by accident, he is a highly rated playmaker.
I fancy our chances of signing the player we are the biggest team in the land, we have the necessary resources to sign the player.
We have signed, players from our rivals before the likes of Khama Billiat as well as Ramano Mphahlele he was the captain of our bitter rivals and we secured his signature.
Our sporting director I'm talking about Kaizer Motaung Junior did make a bold promise to our fans that if we want any top-class player in our division he is going to try by all means to sign the player.
We are facing strong competition from Cape Town City, who is one of the best teams in the league Eric Tinkler he's been doing amazing things with the club. The club is growing next season they're playing Champions League football.
What gives me hope about securing his signature is that when we appointed Arthur Zwane as our new coach our club management promised fans he is going to get his full support.
So far we've been busy in the transfer window we have released players and we're currently signing players he is going to improve our side massive, he is young talented and only 26 years of age with the potential of growing even further as a player so far our coach is showing interest in the player. We didn't submit any bid to sign him.
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