Mamelodi Sundowns and AmaZulu are preparing to make an offer to sign one of the best forwards from their rival DStv Premiership.
Marizburg United striker Tabiso Koutumera has been very influential since he was appointed as the captain of the KwaZulu-Natal relegation team this season.
The former Orlando Pirates attacker now has only one year left on the contract with the selection team. He joined the Pirates in January 2019. This article has now collected that Sundowns and AmaZulu both raised questions about 27 years-old availability for next season.
"There was an informal discussion between the player representatives and the two clubs [AmaZulu and Sundowns]," a source said. "Both clubs are expected to present official offers at the end of the season. Marizburg United may be forced to sell to avoid signing a pre-contract with the new club in the next six months." Koutumera
This season, he scored 14 beautiful goals in 30 games in all competitions - this is his best comeback since scoring 18 goals in the first division in the 2015/16 season and then breaking into the first division.
The prospect of participating in the CAF Champions League next season is also very attractive for the shortstop, both the Brazilian and Usutu have reserved their places in the top continental competition of the 2021/22 season.
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