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Transfer Reports: Good news for Chiefs about Sipho Mbule


It has been reported that the SuperSport United midfielder Sipho Mbule could move to Kaizer Chiefs. As the intense negotiations between Chiefs and SuperSport have advanced to the final stages. At this moment, Amakhosi will need to solidify their tabled offer for the services of Mbule so that he can sign on a dotted lines. This move had been on the football fraternity's mouths as they're wondering what's next for the Bafana Bafana star following his excellent run at Matsatsantsa. Which he has shown that he's eager for new challenges elsewhere since he's regarded as one of the best players within the club.

Even though Amakhosi are expected to sign Mbule within the current January transfer window, but there's still their DStv Premiership arch rivals Mamelodi Sundowns who are also keen on the midfielder's services. It's always difficult when Chiefs and Sundowns go head-to-head in the transfer market. This is when the money factor plays a huge role, unless a player isn't worried about such things. Masandawana are famously known for easily splashing millions of rands whenever they sign new players in South Africa and abroad. They're not afraid to break the bank as they have a massive budget given to the technical team to get quality players that will help Downs continue with their dominance within the Premier Soccer League (PSL).

This time around Amakhosi have an upper hand for Mbule's services. As it was reported that he had to think about his future in the South African national team, he knows that he will need to be a regular player to achieve that goal of cementing his place in Bafana Bafana. He knows that moving to Chloorkop might be risky as there's already numerous top-class players in his position that are a regular feature in the starting eleven. Under this concrete reason the Glamour Boys could snatch Mbule away from Sundowns.

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