Former Mamelodi Sundowns captain Hlompo Kekana, could soon be over soon. As Chippa United are keen on bringing him to the club in the January transfer window. To boost the squad chances of surviving relegation.
Kekana terminated his contract with Sundowns earlier this month. Even though he is a free agent he can only join a team of his choice, once the January transfer window opens. Due to the fact he received his clearance from Sundowns outside of the last transfer window.
The 36-year-old central midfielder is confident, of joining a new club in the next few months. He is determined to get back to the field of play, after struggling for game-time towards the end of his successful with Mamelodi Sundowns.
According to Soccer-laduma Gavin Hunt, was interested in working with Kekana having worked with him previously at SuperSport United.
But now its seems like Hunt is on his way out, after being suspended following poor results. However the club are said to be interested and will try to persuade Kekana to join the club for atleast untill the end of the current season.
Source: Soccer-Laduma magazine
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