It has been a busy week for the Brazilians as they secured a second signing. There has been a lot of rumours surrounding Mamelodi Sundowns and Supersport United duo Sipho Mbule and Teboho Mokoena. There were rumours that Mamelodi Sundowns made a breakthrough in their pursuit for Sipho Mbule. There has been the latest on Teboho Mokoena that Mamelodi Sundowns bid R25 million for him as they are in tug of war with Anderlecht. The latest has been that Teboho Mokoena has agreed personal terms with the Brazilians. His agent Glyn Binkin has reportedly confirmed the news to TimesLive this morning. It is also being reported that discussions are at advanced stage between the clubs.
Glyn Binkin told TimesLive that "We have agreed personal terms with Sundowns and now it is club-to-club discussions over a fee. Those discussions are also at quite an advanced stage. Sundowns are very keen to bring the player in during this transfer window. There has been interest from clubs in Europe, though it is quite difficult to get transfers abroad in the current environment. A lot of clubs there are consolidating and unless they have a specific need for a particular player, it is difficult to get a move. But Anderlecht have made an inquiry and we will speak to them to hear their position. They have been tracking Teboho for a while so know what a quality player he is." Do you think Supersport United will reach an agreement with Mamelodi Sundowns soon? Comment your answer below, share and hit the like button please.
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