Mamelodi Sundowns have showed interest in another Kaizer Chiefs transfer target, according to news reaching the Siya team.
The former Orlando Pirates development player failed to make an impact with the Buccaneers, but he has since resurrected his career with the top-flight newcomers, establishing himself in the Bafana Bafana set-up and attracting the attention of some of Mzansi's finest scouts.
Sources say Masandawana, the DStv Premiership champions, have also showed interest in the 26-year-old, who is being watched by the Naturena-based team.
Downs' financial clout could allow the Chloorkop-based club to leapfrog Amakhosi in the quest for the player's contract.
However, experts claim that it is still uncertain whether Babina Noko is willing to part with one of the club's major players at this time.
Maart captained Sekhukhune to the GladAfrica Championship title and has been a fixture in Hugo Broos' new-look Bafana Bafana side, and it now appears that a move to one of the PSL's powerhouses is in the works.
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