According to Kickoff, the 29-year-old has been without an occupation since leaving AmaZulu last season yet could re-visitation of PSL activity next season in the wake of being welcome to prepare with The Dube Birds.
Brandon Truter's advancement champs have just marked midfielder Musa Nyatama and energizing assailant Moeketsi Makhanya for next season, notwithstanding various different acquisitions.
View all of Swallows FC's signings so far for the 2020/21 PSL season. As per a source near Swallows, the ex-Cape Town City focus back is expected beginning to preparing with the club on Thursday.
"We have a couple of players showing up tomorrow for an evaluation. Tshepo Gumede is one of them. He is a neighborhood kid and the group might want to sign him relying upon his exhibition at preparing," the insider tells KickOff.com.
Swallows have additionally offered Mamelodi Sundowns winger Aubrey Ngoma a spot in the group for next season, with the player comprehended to be looking out for Chloorkop authorities to deliver him.
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