Last season was one of the finest transfer window in the PSL, maybe because we saw Kaizer Chiefs making their fans happy by signing Keagan Dolly. But this time around it looks like they will have to bow to Ka Bo Yellow who are rumored to be closing in on Sipho Mbule from SuperSport United after agreeing to pay R15 million for his transfer. It looks like Kaizer Chiefs are still far to convince Matsatsantsa to sell one of their prized player while rivals Sundowns want to replace Hlompo Kekana by signing Mbule.
” Sipho Mbule is still here despite people linking him to Kaizer Chiefs or Sundowns for over a year now. Remember it not only those two teams but several of them showing interest such as Orlando Pirates, AmaZulu and Cape Town City. If Mbule has to move, then somebody has to buy him, that’s it,” Club Sportsman David Sikhosana told KickOff.com reporters.
Given that Mbule has signed a three and half year contract extension with SuperSport in 2020, there is no way that United would part ways with him cheaply, with the club CEO Stan Mathews previously stating that interested suitors will have to come with big cheque books if they want to sign him. It is believed that Sundowns and United have come to an agreement, a possible deal will depend on whether the Master Chef agrees on a personal terms with Ka Bo Yellow and if he is open to making a move to Chloorkop. But don’t rule Kaizer Chiefs though. Let me know what you think.
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