Agent Gives An Update As Mbule bound for Sundowns as SuperSport give blessing – report
Sipho Mbule, a midfielder for SuperSport United (SSU), will have a new club by the end of the month, according to his agent, Mike Makaab. It's no secret that Mbule is a sought-after athlete, but disciplinary issues have cut short his season after he was suspended by SSU for many charges of misconduct, as CEO Stan Matthews recently stated.
Two top-flight clubs, Mamelodi Sundowns and Kaizer Chiefs, are known to have made significant inquiries, yet it's thought that the Brazilians have won the race and secured a deal with Mbule for next season.
Makaab, on the other hand, did not want to get drawn into more debates, claiming on social media that Amakhosi were not displaying their intent.
Mbule will be at a new club when the registration process reopens on July 1st, according to his agency.
"I am confident that by the end of the month, we will have finalised a deal with another football club," Makaab told SABC Sport. "I have been given Stan Matthews' blessing to go ahead."
"I don't want to disrupt any of the clubs now since the (DStv Premiership) season is coming to an end; after the Nedbank Cup (on May 28), I'll engage the clubs I need to engage." Hopefully, we'll be able to reach a conclusion."
Kaizer Motaung Jnr, the Chiefs' sporting director, has previously mentioned Mbule as a player the Glamour Boys could use.
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