It has been a busy month for Soweto giants in the market. There has been a lot of signings and departures from both clubs. As for Mamelodi Sundowns they have had a quiet month so far. The club has only confirmed the signing of Sipho Mbule. Although there has been rumours linking players in and out of the Premier Soccer League giants. Let's take a look at the latest transfer rumours.
Leonardo Castro - The Colombian striker after being released by Kaizer Chiefs, he looks set to finish his career back home in South America. The player has made it clear he will be returning home.
Pule Mmodi - Golden Arrows has told Kaizer Chiefs to improve their offer. It is been reported that the offer Kaizer Chiefs tabled for Pule Mmodi is not enough. It is expected that Kaizer Chiefs will make an improved offer this coming week.
Siphosakhe Ntiya-Ntiya - Former Kaizer Chiefs player reportedly trained with Sekhukhune United on Friday. It is an indication that the club will be looking to sign Ntiya-Ntiya if they will be impressed.
Abdelmounaim Boutouil - Mamelodi Sundowns are reportedly after Raja Casablanca star. It is being reported that the Brazilians are eager to land the signature of the Moroccan.
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