Mamelodi Sundowns are depended upon to make a decision on goalkeeper Abram Ngcobo after he returned back to Chloorkop.
Ngcobo spent continue to go season borrowed with Gladafrica title outfit, TS Sporting.
The 25-year-old goalkeeper was associated with a credit move to Golden Arrows last year before doing a change to Mpumalanga.
TS Sporting has since administered against keeping Ngcobo next season as the club expect sign another goalkeeper next season.
"Ngcobo has gotten back to Mamelodi Sundowns. The gathering will not hold him for next season," said the source close to the club.
In the meantime, TS Sporting has wrapped up the checking of midfielder, Nkosinathi Ononogbu from JDR Stars.
Ononogbu spent last going season advanced to Black Leopards. As demonstrated by soccer trained professional, Pontso Madumo, Ononogbu has joined Sporting with Olwethu Ncube and Tumisang.
"Every one of the three are my clients and have joined TS Sporting," Madumo confirmed to KickOff.com.
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