The current DStv Premier League champions Mamelodi Sundowns are clearly not satisfied with their already impressive squad because they are reportedly interested in signing yet another Premier Soccer League PSL star, according to reports from Soccer Laduma, Mamelodi Sundowns are currently targeting Cape Town City star Thabo Nodada, it is reported that Mamelodi Sundowns are currently holding discussions with Cape Town City and Thabo Nodaba's representatives as they are reportedly interested in securing the signing before the start of the next PSL season.
In other PSL news, Kaizer Chiefs could possibly be announcing yet another new player soon, this comes after it was reported that former Stellenbosch FC star Fuad Johnson was reportedly spotted training at Kaizer Chiefs' Naturena village after he recently parted ways with his former club Stellenbosch FC, and as you can imagine, the reports of Fuad Johnson being spotted at Naturena have led to speculations about Kaizer Chiefs possibly being interested in signing him.
Sources References | https://twitter.com/Soccer_Laduma/status/1543886080318943232?t=Ee32_SCYY5nnZfhiQgUp2w&s=19 | https://www.kickoff.com/news/articles/south-africa-news/categories/news/kaizer-chiefs/ex-stellenbosch-starlet-spotted-at-kaizer-chiefs-deal-imminent/719957
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