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The 4 major PSL teams are interested in Down attacker Sibusiso Vilakazi.||• check their names here

There are signs that the attacker, Sibusiso Vilakazi, will soon leave Mamelodi Sundowns. This has made four teams interested in signing him.



Sundowns has not yet used the option that would have let Vilakazi stay at Chloorkop for the 2022–2023 season. As a result, his contract with the team is set to end at the end of June.


Mike Makaab, Vilakazi's representative, told the Siya crew that Sundowns had until May 31 to decide if they wanted to use the option. Even though the deadline wasn't met, the talk kept going. There are signs that the Chloorkop group will soon say something.


Vilakazi hasn't played much in recent years. He only played 11 times in all competitions during the season that just ended.


Siya sources say that there are five possible places for the attacker to go. They also say that many DStv Premiership teams are keeping a close eye on Vila's situation.


The Siya team says that the Sekhukhune United team is ready to sign Vilakazi because they see the 32-year-old as a replacement for Yusuf Maart, who has joined the Kaizer Chiefs team. According to those in the know, Babina Noko can't pay the player's bills.


AmaZulu and Royal AM, two wealthy KwaZulu-Natal teams, are thought to be in the competition to sign the player.



The Kaizer Chiefs Chiefs have liked Vilakazi for a long time, and they fell in love with the offensive forward all over again in January. Since Maart, Siyethemba Sithebe, and Lehlohonolo Matlou have already joined the team, it seems unlikely that he will move to Naturena.


After Downs, Vila could win the MTN8, the CAF Super Cup, and five league championships.


Source:https://www.soccerladuma.co.za/news/articles/local/categories/mamelodi-sundowns/


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