Kaizer Chiefs have officially submitted a bid for one of SuperSport United‘s most sought after star in the current transfer window.Speaking to Gagasi FM on Friday, Mike Makaab confirmed that Amakhosi have tabled an offer for midfielder Sipho Mbule.
At this stage, it’s unclear how much Chiefs put on the table for the services of Mbule, who is still contracted to Matsatsantsa.Sundowns is very big for Mbule there's a stiff competition for him , he's very lazy , he can't mark , nor score regularly , fades in big games there's too much hype about him , recently his form is questionable.
On the back of a stellar 2020/21 term, where he managed four goals and six assists from 25 league games, Mbule hasn’t been in his element this season, playing just nine of SuperSport’s 17 DStv Premiership game with two goals and a single assist in the process.
Makaab was reluctant to name the team they’re negotiating with, but on Friday he told Durban-based commercial radio station Gagasi FM that Amakhosi had tabled a bid for Mbule.
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